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Red Cross: Local, National Aid

July 11, 2013

Providing flood clean-up kits is just one service provided by the American Red Cross, locally and nationally. Currently, two Valley City residents are volunteering with the Red Cross in Arizona to assist wildfire victims.

Since 1881, when Clara Barton started one of America's largest humanitarian organizations, the American Red Cross has mobilized volunteers to help alleviate suffering nation-wide. Valley City residents Paul and Barb Henke are a part of that tradition.
As long-time Red Cross volunteers, the Henkes are currently deployed to Arizona to assist victims displaced by wildfires and first responders who are fighting them.
Read more in Thursday's Times-Record.

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