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Friends and family taking donations for Unity family who lost everything in a fire last week.
Mike and Sherry Shultz and their two adult children, Brenda and Clint, lost everything in the fire.
The Shultz family has lived in Unity for many years and is well-known in the community, Barrette said. They have all at one time worked at the county nursing home.
Barrette is accepting donations in person at the county nursing home. Donations are also being accepted at the Sullivan County Commissioner’s Office at 14 Main Street in Newport.
The Shultz family is currently staying with friends in Unity, so Barrette approached The Claremont Storage Center in Claremont, which is now donating a storage space for the donated items.
The family plans to rebuild on their 2nd New Hampshire Turnpike property, she said.
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