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November 21, 2012 3:53 PM

Hard to find where to donate for Sandy aid

I would have liked to have known before the golf folks decided to send post-Hurricane Sandy aid in the form of clothing, home goods, etc. I wanted to contribute a few bags of things and could not find anyone that was transporting anything. Not the Red Cross or the Salvation Army, but on WPDE news there was a small item about someone in Deerfield Plantation along with the owners of Two Men and a Truck that were going to collect and deliver.

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