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SCUFFY gets permission for annual intersection collection points

The Shelby County United Fund For You (SCUFFY) annual roadblock collection drive will take place April 30 in Shelbyville.

Alecia Gross, executive director of SCUFFY, appeared before the City of Shelbyville’s Board of Works Tuesday morning requesting permission for the annual roadblock fundraising drive.

SCUFFY will have a trio of collection points including the traditional one at the intersection in front of the home of SCUFFY, 126 N. Harrison Street.

Volunteers will collect financial donations from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on April 30 at the intersections of Mechanic St. and N. Harrison St., Colescott St. and S. Harrison St., and Progress Parkway and Lee Boulevard.

SCUFFY is a non-profit organization that supports 13 member agencies serving Shelby County.

The 2022 fundraising goal is $875,000. More than $337,000 has been raised so far.

For more information on SCUFFY, go to