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Hurricane Sandy Task Force Committee Update
Greetings from the Task Force Committee.
The Task Force Committee held a meeting on Wednesday December 12, 2012. All committee members representing the affected districts were invited. Those present were Chairperson PID Doug Alexander, Co-Chair CC Gloria Askew, PIP Al Brandel, Lion Charlie McBride of district K1, PCC Andy Umbreiko of district K2, PCC Steve Tremaroli of district S, and PDG Robert Libin.
Among the issues discussed was the warehouse space that's on loan to us. This will be used for temporary storage of supplies donated/received from other districts. We have in storage several generators that are available for loan if needed, but must be returned when no longer in use. This activity is being managed by PCC Steve Tremaroli, 516-312-2163, firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are presently in need of M-95 Mask, Gargles, and Hazardous Suits.
LCIF, has made available emergency funds for dealing with Hurricane Sandy Disaster. The grant monies are available to all affected districts. This money is beyond the original $10,000.00 emergency funds the districts received. Districts applying for additional funds are required to follow the process currently in effect, except that the application must be channeled through the Task Force Committee for review. The committee will forward the request to LCIF if it is satisfied that the application meets the criteria. All such applications must be forwarded to PID Doug Alexander, 718-209-1332,email@example.com.
We also discussed the possibility of sending some of the children from the affected areas to Camp Badger for a week during the summer. We are searching for a signature project that we can put our stamp on, ie service to a park.
We discussed a proposal from Lions of Pennsylvania, who expressed the desire to work directly with clubs in our areas in an effort to assist those affected by the disaster. All welcomed the idea. We are asking our governors to identify clubs in their respective areas that would be willing to cooperate in this circumstance.
We expect supplies of different materials including foods, household items, blankets from various areas including Ohio. To aide in the distributions we would need a team of volunteers, who are willing to assist. And are also willing to participate with health fairs, feedings distribution of flyers and etc. Each district will need a point person to coordinate a list of volunteers.
Thanks for all that you do.
Wishing all a joyous Holiday Season
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