#21 Jul 3, 2013
How does one get to the only Red Cross shelter at MVCC when all roads are closed? Just asking. Not very impressed with any of them right now.
#23 Jul 3, 2013
I think it boils down to the fact that we are those organizations. If you don't volunteer with them, who do you think will do it. We are the people who are bot flooded or impacted that should be out volunteering with these organizations. They have the structure to focus the energies of the volunteers where they can be best used. This reduces expenses by not having redundant services. So pick up the phone and call one of these agencies and offer your time today. We are the backbone of the area, but only if we use our energies in a positive way.
#24 Jul 3, 2013
It takes time to spin up the gears of action.
Thatís why everyone should have a preparedness kit and a basic understanding of primitive life for when all the modern things go away...
Store food, water and extra fuel, keep your vehicle in good running condition.
#25 Jul 3, 2013
When I went to bed the other night my car was working fine. It's funny what 4 ft of rushing water thru the yard does to it. I can't find the time to volunteer when we are shoveling dirt for the 2nd time.
#26 Jul 3, 2013
The Salvation Army has been more than helpful unlike that joke called the Red Cross.
#27 Jul 3, 2013
Lets all remember the Salvation this winter when the collection pots come out, time for us to really show them that we support their help. Nothing to the red cross.
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