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FOREST CITY, Iowa – Wednesday night, a north Iowa organization will be TP'ed by local cub scouts.
Luckily, this isn't an act of vandalism!
Cub scouts have organized a toilet paper drive for the Family Alliance for Veterans of America, also known as FAVA.
The organization says the idea to TP (or toilet paper) FAVA was from the scouts.
As a non-profit, FAVA is always looking for donations of paper products to keep their facility running.
"If we don't have to buy those products then the money we save goes right back into our direct care services, advocacy services," explains Robyn Callanan, with FAVA.
The public is invited to join in on the event tonight at 8:00, on Wednesday.
Otherwise you can donate toilet paper, paper towels and other paper products to the Forest City Chamber of Commerce.
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