How to help Hurricane Sandy Victims

Dated: 11/02/2012

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Hello everyone,

I didn't know what to write about because there is only one thing of importance right now, HELPING THE VICTIMS OF HURRICANE SANDY. I live in NJ and I'm in an area affected by the hurricane, although I have since had my lights, cable and natural gas turned back on, many have not. I have been helping others not as fortunate since I could get out of my house. If you want to help and cannot donate you can help move furnishings out of homes, clean yards and bring clothes to shelters. There are so many people that need help anything you did would be helping someone. I plan on driving clothes from homes to shelters for a good part of the day tomorrow and many days to come.

Thanks!

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Rick Saparito Jr

I grew up in Broward County, Florida close to Ft. Lauderdale Beach. Toward the end of my senior year of High School my family moved to Barnegat, New Jersey where I met my wife Maryellen. We have 5 kid....

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