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Locals join hurricane relief efforts

Region – Residents of New York and New Jersey were hard-hit by Hurricane Sandy and continue to need help. Consider donating items from the list below.

Items needed: flashlights; batteries; bleach; work gloves; work boots; surgical gloves; blankets; hand and foot warmers; diapers and baby food; razors; deodorant; toothbrushes; toothpaste; Duraflame logs; powdered milk; pet food; non-perishable food; water; granola bars; can openers.

Goods may be dropped off until Monday, Nov. 19 at one of the following locations: St. Mary's Parish/School,16 Summer St., Shrewsbury; St. Bernadette Parish/School, 266 Main St., Northborough; Hudson High School, 69 Brigham St., Hudson; Hudson Town Hall, 78 Main St., Hudson.

This drive is being coordinated in conjunction with the Massachusetts-NY Relief Runs, a local group of former New York/New Jersey residents who are donating their time and effort to pack and truck supplies to the areas hardest hit by Hurricane Sandy.

For more information, visit www.massnyreliefruns.webs.com or email jocmarcp@verizon.net.

 

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