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Superstorm (a/k/a) Hurricane Sandy and the Red Cross

It's been a crazy couple of weeks since Sandy came barreling towards the East Coast. Many NYSBA members - as well as CAPS members specifically - have likely been impacted. Most readers of this blog are naturally public-service oriented, so in the spirit of our shared compassion and assisting those who need it most, here is a link to the Red Cross's website. The work that the Red Cross does is the ultimate public service. If you've never witnessed that organization's work first hand, it is something to behold. From the shelters that were open and humming like a well-oiled machine from day one (or in this case, night one), to the medical expertise and compassion for others' hardships, the Red Cross was there and they did it all.
So this blog entry is nothing but a tip of the "CAPS" to an organization that defines the term, "public service."


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