With peak winds around 140mph, the Monday night tornado was devastating. The City of Dayton has urged residents to conserve water and issued a boil advisory in Dayton and Montgomery Counties. The Beavercreek Fresh Thyme will be aiding in the relief efforts by donating cases of bottled water to families and community members in need. The store was unharmed and remains open for business during its regular hours (7am-10pm).
Our hearts go out to those in our community who have been impacted by the tornado,” said Sue Parker, Store Director of Beavercreek Fresh Thyme Farmers Market. “We want to do everything we can to help our neighbors during this difficult time. Our doors will remain open for those in need of food or resources.”
Cases of bottled water will be distributed in the Beavercreek store’s parking lot. Limit 2 per family. While supplies last.
Fresh Thyme Farmer’s Market – Parking Lot
2850 E. Centre Dr., Beavercreek, OH 45324