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Helping hands after Hurricane Ike
markmayhew | November 3, 2008 at 03:45 pmby
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About 50 Red Cross volunteers from this area went to Texas and neighboring areas after the storms, said Kris Krischano, a spokesman for the agency's Snohomish County chapter. Thursday's presentation is something new for the agency, Krischano said Friday. "When these folks come back, they need to vent their emotions. It's good for them, and good for the public," he said.
this article is newsworthy because the public needs to know how important the contributions to the relief efforts by the Red Cross (and the Salvation Army) were.