Preparing for Hurricane Sandy: People stocking up on supplies, falling trees the biggest problem

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  • JWB Kaysville, UT
    Oct. 30, 2012 3:10 p.m.

    It sounds as if this would be a great project for the volunteers in Yellow Shirts from Katrina to Joplin, etc.

    They are a force that nature can't contend with. They know their target and put in hours of volunteer time to help the sick and the weary.

    Thanks for their attitude and nature they have instilled in them and for the leaders and the God above to help them in their hard tasks.

    What a blessing to be a part of this volunteer organization that spreads good will to people of all nations, religions and ethnicity that accepts the kind of hearts that produce humanitarian efforts for all.

    We live in a world where trials come and people rise to the top to serve their fellow people of the world no matter what creed they adhere to.

    The United States of America is so blessed to have this organization helping our brothers and sisters in this country and around the world.

    What a blessing for those that help and do it safely and in a way to show others that they can make a difference also.

    Thanks, again, and may God bless you all.