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"People That Care," Hurricane Sandy relief effort

“PEOPLE THAT CARE” Hurricane Sandy Relief Effort We can all help. Hundreds if not thousands of people are still dealing with the devastating effects of Hurricane Sandy. With the holiday season now upon us it’s all the more reason to try and give to those in need. Lisa Eichel of West Paris, along with the help of family and friends has decided to take on this challenge and is asking for everyone’s help. Lisa was able to secure a tractor trailer from Eric D. Dashiell of Dashiell Transportation Inc., Hampden, ME, who is a friend of her family. Mr. Dashiell is willing to donate his trailer and his time to travel to New Jersey to help aid with the hurricane recovery and relief effort. Lisa also contacted the Red Cross and was told the following items are still very much needed; bottled water, nonperishable food items, clothing, blankets, furniture, toiletries, building supplies, cleaning supplies, diapers, pet items, gift cards, rakes and shovels. Two days of “giving” are being set up on Saturday December 8th and Sunday December 9th at the Oxford Hills Comprehensive High School where the tractor trailer will be parked. All items can be dropped off at the Oxford Hills Comprehensive High School between 8 am and 4 pm on both days. We are asking everyone to please spread the word and be a “PERSON THAT CARES”! If you would like additional information, you can contact Lisa Eichel at 207-890-3707
Saturday, 08 December, 2012
08:00 AM
04:00 PM


Oxford Hills Comprehensive High School
256 Main St.
Paris, ME 04281

Event Contact Info
Lisa Eichel

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