One of our shareholders recently moved back to Wisconsin from Florida’s Panhandle. Shortly after the hurricane, he drove to Florida with a trailer loaded with much needed supplies. In place of the usual weekly update, I am sharing his Facebook post from earlier today:

“Help Ohana Institute (my daughter Hailey's old school) support our neighboring residents of Lynn Haven FL. Ohana had over 100 volunteers and served 10,000 hot meals today alone in addition to supplying basic hygiene essentials, water, tarps, baby formula/food, and gasoline to power generators. This has been 100% volunteer run and all supplies have been donated. I have worked in Lynn Haven the past 2 days and these people desperately need help. There is no electric, water, city sewer with most homes severely storm damaged. Government help is invisible for many of these folks. They might be here and around however I have not seen it. For anyone looking to help this is the spot to do it! No donation is too small $10, $20 or whatever you choose to donate will go to good use.”

Here is the link to donate: 


For more information please visit www.hopepanhandle.org .

Thanks for your consideration. City Lights will be donating a portion of all taproom revenue this weekend.

Robin Gohsman