Living along the shore line of Atlantic City, NJ, Mrs. Luz found herself very much affected by Superstorm Sandy. Hearing that the Red Cross would be at the Baker Field Park distributing supplies such as food, cleaning kits, rakes, shovels and snacks for the kids, she immediately went, knowing the Red Cross wouldn’t let her down. “I know we can count on the Red Cross,” she said. “Let’s go to the park and get some help.”
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