PANAMA CITY BEACH, Fla. (WJHG/WECP) - The Bay Area Jeep Association is helping give back to the community after Hurricane Michael.
The Bay Education Foundation received a check for $1,500 for its clothing drive. (WJHG/WECP)
Tuesday at Beef o' Brady's in Panama City Beach, they presented a check to Bay Education Foundation's clothing drive for $1,500 to help provide clothes for Bay District students who may still be struggling after the storm.
Members of the Jeep club say with nearly everyone affected by the storm, they're happy they can do what they can to give back.
Club member Johnothan Jones said, "We've been very big in our community since BAJA Jeep Club has been around since 2014 so it was a no-brainer. That's just the jeep community and Jeep lifestyle, supporting each other."
Club members say they've been heavily involved in the community since the hurricane.
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