Volunteers, Community Partners Recall Flooding at ARC Event

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DUBOIS – On the one-year anniversary of the flooding in Clearfield and Jefferson counties, the American Red Cross united the staff, volunteers and community partners to reflect and celebrate the accomplishments during and since the relief operation.

Thirty six people were in attendance at the Fort Worth Restaurant in DuBois. Led by Jason Bange, ARC disaster program manager, many community partners shared their experiences during the 2013 flooding.

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