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From: Rosemary
Sent on: Tuesday, October 23, 2007 8:00 AM
I hope this finds you safely. If you need assistance or if you are
willing to offer your time, home, or your company can provide
donations to the evacuation centers, please contact Volunteer San
Diego to assist

To make a donation of clothing or household goods, please inquire with
the following organizations:

St. Vincent De Paul -[masked]
Goodwill -[masked]
Salvation Army -[masked]

The American Red Cross is asking for assistance with Blood Bank
Volunteers; donations; etc.... with the Fires that are Raging in the
San Diego areas. They also have a 3 Step procedure to follow in the
event that you are in an area that is evacuated.Please contact:

Create a "Water Line"....

From the Last Cedar Fires in '03 I had several friends that told
stories in Alpine of how their home survived the fires when others
around them burned to the ground.

The major difference, they completely watered the yard near their
home, sprayed down trees as best they could and often soaked the
rooftop of the home with water hoses before the blazes came through.

If you are in an Evacuation Zone and see the fires coming; then do
what you have to get out of there ASAP, the radio is announcing that
many people are waiting to the last minute to Evacuate, which is
causing the firemen to have to rescue people that should have left
their homes hours before, rather than fighting the blaze.

AM 600 seems to have some very up-to-date announcements. Tune in and
see what's going on in your area.

They are asking that if you go to sleep tonight-- that you alternate
with your neighbors --- to let you know if anything major develops in
your area-- if you should need to Evacuate.

Take your pets with you... Make sure to bring food and water.

Wishing you all of the best through this crisis. Please be very careful.

San Diegan's Unite!  If you can, open up your home to friends who live
in areas that need assistance. It is good karma to help your friends
and neighbors!

-- Rosemary
I've got no furniture, but I have floor space if you need it..

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