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Redcross Pt. 9

It was not so much a sound that woke Sarah in the middle of the night. At least, it was not a sound that Sarah consciously heard. 1,069 more words

Blogs

News You Can Use to Keep Pets Healthy

By Gordon Williams

Photos by: Jen Blackwood

We certainly love our pets: How else to explain why Americans own an estimated 78 million dogs and 86 million cats. 601 more words

Building a Radio System to Keep the Red Cross in Touch

By Gordon Williams

When disaster strikes, nothing is more important to keeping all responders functioning as a team than solid, dependable radio communications. When disaster threatens to disrupt conventional means of communication as cell phones and landlines–as a Cascadia event might do–the need for a high-quality radio network becomes downright critical. 644 more words

Volunteers

Sounding the Alarm in Lake Wenatchee

By: Betsy Robertson

Lake Wenatchee is a unique community, located about 20 miles east of Stevens Pass, arguably providing the very best of what our northwest lifestyle has to offer. 583 more words

Volunteers

How to Raise Water-Smart, Water-Safe Kids

By Gordon Williams

There is one very grim statistic that no parent should ignore: that nearly 400 children under 14 die from drowning in the U.S. 712 more words

Disaster Services

Jekyll Island Lions Help with Blood Drive

Jekyll Island Lions helped with an American Red Cross blood drive on the island, 27 July 2017.  Lion Howard is the local Red Cross blood drive coordinator and he helped to set up this drive at the Presbyterian Community Church.   128 more words

Lions Clubs

A Complex Recovery 

By: Diane Toomey

Photos by: Betsy Robertson

It’s been three years since one of the largest fires in the state of Washington started on July 14, 2014. 485 more words

Volunteers