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Perspective From a Red Cross Volunteer in STT

STXBob
November 09, 2017 10:49AM

Registered: 11 years ago
Posts: 2,113

An acquaintance of mine, Sean, had a recent deployment to STT as an IT/networking volunteer with the Red Cross. You can read his accounts here:

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As background: Sean and his wife Louise are full-time boat cruisers. Previously they were full-time bus cruisers, and in those years they both deployed frequently with Red Cross, since it was fairly easy to get to disaster sites in their bus. By slow boat, it’s very impractical, and this is Sean’s first deployment in several years. During his deployment, Louise and the boat stayed in Charleston, SC.

Re: Perspective From a Red Cross Volunteer in STT

islandjoan
November 09, 2017 01:03PM

Registered: 10 years ago
Posts: 1,335

Interesting reading. Thanks STXBob.

Please tell Sean and his fellow Red Crossers, that their help is very much appreciated!!!!

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