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  |  June 24, 2019

    “When Will This Be Over?”

    From the COLlive Inbox: A Lubavitcher whose home in the Five Towns was ravaged by Hurricane Sandy writes about the utter confusion and emotional toll on herself and her family. Full Story

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    They still need volunteers
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    They still need volunteers

    There is still so much work to be done in the 5 Towns. If you have some time, offer to help.
    It’s true that they could hire Hispanics, but a friendly face of an ‘eigner’ is so much better.
    (and you’ll have ‘cool’ memories of helping in the disaster!)

    to help
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    to help

    is there a phone number to volonteer help?

    Amazing shluchim
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    Amazing shluchim

    you can call the office of chabad of the five towns 5162952478.
    They are doing amazing stuff out there and need all the help they can get!

    Chabad hurricane Relief.
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    Chabad hurricane Relief.

    Yerachmiel Goldstein- [email protected]– 631-416- 4854, is
    coordinating our volunteers efforts.

    If you have insurance or FEMA
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    If you have insurance or FEMA

    Then collect if not I feel bad for you if you live in a flood zone you should of had…..

    can girls volunteer too?
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    can girls volunteer too?
    ch resident
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    ch resident

    my son lives in far rockaway, he still doesnt have electricity

    WOLOWIKS & GEISINSKYS
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    WOLOWIKS & GEISINSKYS

    Greatest Shluchim team out there!!!!! Continue spreading the mass amount of light, warmth, encouragement and kindness that you are pouring out of your homes and Chabad every day!

    So sorry for all this trouble
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    So sorry for all this trouble

    You can come back to Crown Hts, a blessed neighborhood.

    Having you in mind
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    Having you in mind

    Thank you for first hand account. It’s so important to be empathetic and fully grasp the situation for those who were affected.
    G-d willing everyone will be restored and back on their feet in no time. Moshiach now!

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    I have a crib to donate, a pretty nice one let me know if anyone needs it.

    Go 5T
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    Go 5T

    You rock. Our hearts and prayers are with you.

    Displaced family
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    Displaced family

    I too was displaced after house got flooded and looking to rent a place for 3 persons until we can go home again hopefully soon iyh. Please call me 347-470-5770

    to volunteer
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    to volunteer

    call Hadassah Geisinsky. She is coordinating it 516-458-3694

    Love the Wolowiks
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    Love the Wolowiks

    Seriously amazing people and amazing community!!!!!!!

    gissinskys and volovicks rock!!1
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    gissinskys and volovicks rock!!1

    they seriously rock there doing everything with a smile!!even though they lost 2!!!!!!!!luv u guys!!!!

    your sister in sandy
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    your sister in sandy

    Hey Devorie! Great article. We are with you and feel your frustration!! Such is the benefit of having our glamerous “beach homes”! Thank G d we have our Chabad family to help us cope! All the best, Raizel

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