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Sandy Approaches- Useful Tweets

As Sandy nears land, we’ve been watching conversations online to stay on top of the latest information, concerns, and topics related to the storm. Below are some tweets that may be useful tonight to anyone preparing for the storm. Please stay safe and don’t hesitate to contact us, either here or through any other social media account, for more info!

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  1. You have a list of shelters on your web site but nothing about feeding stations or other assistance to those in need. A call to the main number used to get help but now it just goes to local chapter. But I don’t need help but my elderly cousin in Long Island who has flooding and no power probably could use a hot meal & supplies and I just wanted to find out where the nearest feeding station was.

    You need to put that kind of information on the web site if you are no longer manning central phones during a disaster.