“I thought maybe this year we could donate towards tornado victims,” she said.
Proceeds will go to help a dozen families Riddle knows or has met through social media.
"I'm up to 12 families. I started with seven that I knew personally and I've picked up a couple along the way that were on the Beavercreek Tornado Network Facebook page. Just individuals who lost something or need something," Riddle said.
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“I found a mirror,” one shopper, Michelle from Beavercreek, said.
Their dollars will go to someone in need.
“It is awesome. It is absolutely awesome,” said Michelle, who declined to give her last name.
While the yard signs soon will be removed after Saturday, Riddle’s plans to help raise money will continue.
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“I’ve asked them to give me a wish list of things that they need in the future, as well as things they will need later on down the road,” she said.
In addition to profits from sales, Riddle said she’s had a few people just drop off monetary donations.