Monthly Archives: September 2010

Red Cross Journal Notes: LOGAN COUNTY WEST VIRGINIA FLOODS 6/12/10

LOGAN COUNTY WEST VIRGINIA FLOODS 6/12/10 Subject: Red Cross Journal Notes, DR 112-10, Logan Co WVA 6/28/10 We are presently in the midst of a flash flood warning covering the entire flood area; I am working this deployment, in Client … Continue reading

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Journal Notes Red Cross last note from Memphis 5/31/2010

Subject: Journal Notes Red Cross last note from Memphis 5/31/2010 Hi family & friends, Yes, I am flying home tomorrow, Mon. I miss my family, the animals, Blue Ridge Mountains, & our green Shenandoah Valley. This deployment well suited my … Continue reading

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5/27/10 RED ROSS JOURNAL NOTES MEMPHIS

RED ROSS JOURNAL NOTES 5/27/10 MEMPHIS  Subject: 5/27/10 Red Cross Journal Notes Sent: May 28, 2010 4:50 PM *******5/28 Update: Since one of our Red Cross primary mantras is “be flexible”, I am certainly an example of that. I was … Continue reading

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5/25 Red Cross Journal Notes, Memphis, Tn Floods

Subject: 5/25 Red Cross Journal Notes Sent: May 25, 2010 1:49 PM The Response operations are winding down. Some red crossers are out-processing Thurs. I’m more than likely here until the 1st, as we are doing “outreach”, far away from … Continue reading

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Red Cross Journal Notes #3: Ms 4/24/10 Tornadoes

MISSISSIPPI TORNADO 4/24/10 JOURNAL NOTES FROM THE FIELD JACKSON MISSISSIPPI 5/7/10 ENTRY #3   Did you know that while Mississippi is one of the most beautiful states, it also has large areas of abject poverty? I found the following stats … Continue reading

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Red Cross DSHR Deployment Mississippi Tornado

“I BELIEVE IN MIRACLES” JOURNAL NOTES RED CROSS DEPLOYMENT 4/24/10 MISSISSIPPI TORNADOES JOURNAL NOTE 5/5/10         As I was sitting in Shoney’s mid-morning today, after Bless the Lord, sleeping in this morning, I heard the most upbeat … Continue reading

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