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Help is needed to move appliances from Essex to my house in Richmond. Contact Ayeshah at 802-598-3887 if you are able to help.
There will be a gathering tonight in Richmond at 7 pm at the Town Center complete with pie and coffee to begin a conversation about where Richmond and surrounding areas are in the recovery process. Please come, sit and chat … Continue reading
We took about 3 cubic yards of mud out of my cellar. It now needs to go back under the porch where it came from. I am renting a dirt conveyor and I will need strong backed folks to help … Continue reading
2 more volunteers are needed to help pour a floor in Richmond for someone whose foundation was destroyed during the flood. The foundation has been re-poured; the floor will be poured tomorrow and some more (unskilled) hands are needed to … Continue reading
We’ve been asked to spread the word that Richmond is all set at this time for volunteers. Their volunteer outpost is no longer operating. Thank you to everyone who helped out in Richmond.
Happy news from Richmond: Dear VT Response, Richmond appears to be generally over the hump. More work to be done, but we think we can handle it with local volunteers from here. We encourage folks who want to help out … Continue reading