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Chapters are A-Twitter

Below are recent tweets from local Red Cross chapters. Find out if a chapter near you is tweeting.

RedCrossSeWi: Family of seven left homeless after fire on Milwaukee’s south side. Red Cross assists with emergency needs.

CharlotteCtyARC: Red Cross team responded to house fire in Pt. Charlotte & provided lodging for a family of four who were forced from their home by the fire

OzarksRedCross: RT @RedCrossPDX: 100 yrs old & volunteered w/ Red Cross for 55 of ‘em. Meet B. Peck: http://is.gd/kIi1 (expand) (Story SO reminds me of vols I know!)

RedCrossNCA: Local Red Cross helps a family of two with pets affected by a house fire in Washington, DC. (Made possible by volunteers and donations.)

UtahRedCross: Heroes Event–The Red Cross celebrates ordinary individuals in your community who have saved a life. March 18, 2009 at 11:30 am 801-323-7003

CovCoRedCross: Has your life been changed or touched by the Red Cross? If so, we’d love to hear your story. Tweet us or email us at redcross@alaweb.com.

RedCrossNENY: Sending our prayers to those left homeless in this a.m.’s NYC Chinatown fire; sending best wishes to our NYC Red Cross vols helping victims.

RedCrossManatee: Reading the wildfire article from today’s Bradenton Herald that mentions Red Cross Manatee, our DAT team, and our Heroes Campaign!

ChicagoRedCross: Celebrate!: As you know, your two favorite Monday Bloggers are AmeriCorps members here at the Red Cross of Great.. http://tinyurl.com/cwb5yv

stlredcross: Red Cross responds to several fires over the weekend, incl this AM. Four fires, total of 19 ppl receiving help: http://tinyurl.com/bg88hw 

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