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Local Survivor Combats Risk with Readiness

By: Sara Shager

The Red Cross recently installed smoke alarms in several mobile homes in the Port Susan Camping Club in Tulalip, Washington. The need for working smoke alarms in close-quartered camping clubs is extremely high. 237 more words

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Feds promise more funds for B.C. wildfire response

The federal government is promising more funding to support residents affected by raging wildfires in British Columbia as some of the thousands of people displaced prepare to return home. 650 more words

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The submersion of care

Painting with acrylic and household paint on board with black wood surround 48cm x 33cm

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Marco Polo residents, strangers come together to help fire victims through art

It’s been exactly one week since the devastating and deadly fire at the Marco Polo.

There is no word yet from fire investigators on a cause. 186 more words

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Disaster resource center opens for victims involved in fatal fire at Chesapeake Crossing

CHESAPEAKE, Va. – It’s been nearly a week since many people lost their homes due to the fire at the Chesapeake Crossing Senior Apartment Complex. 343 more words

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Life After the Military

by Valerie Cox & Krystal Smith, American Red Cross Volunteer Contributors

For military veterans and their families, the transition from active duty military to civilian life can be challenging. 741 more words

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Support services expand for Princeton wildfire evacuees

There is a suite of new resources for people evacuated because of the wildfire burning just north of Princeton.

ยท The Skills Centre on Vermilion Avenue (Monday to Friday, 9am-4pm) will assist people setting up on-line banking and an email address to access Red Cross assistance. 80 more words

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