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According to the page, the Red Cross is working to get a mobile boarding unit set up for pets and animals who have been displaced by the fire. The Wenatchee Valley Humane Society is also helping pets and animals. Other posters are letting those who have been evacuated know where they can find a room, pitch a tent or park theirRVs. So far, officials say the best way to help is to stay away from the fires and donate to the American Red Cross >> The Community Foundation of North Central Washington has set up the NCW FIRE RELIEF FUND and donations can be made directly online . Chelan PUD is also accepting donations of gift cards or money at the following locations: 321 N. Wenatchee Ave., Wenatchee 1034 E.
Monitors gain better access to crash site, still hampered by rebels - Yahoo News
Send Thanks! A link has been sent. Done Monitors gain better access to crash site, still hampered by rebels By By Anton Zverev 7 minutes ago 0 shares Done By Anton Zverev HRABROVE Ukraine (Reuters) - International monitors said on Saturday they has been allowed to visit more of the site where a Malaysian airliner crashed in rebel-held eastern Ukraine, though gunmen still stopped them approaching some of the wreckage. In sometimes tense scenes with pro-Russian rebels clearly uncomfortable at having observers and the press at the scene, a top official at the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe said access had improved since they arrived on Friday. "We have now had the possibility to see a bit more of this rather large scene.
WEST WINDSOR: Dog can?t read but is good listener at library | CentralJersey.com
Ms. Kroll said Mulligan will be back at the West Windsor Library on July 24 at 7:30 p.m. and will also visit the Plainsboro Library at 2 p.m. on July 25 and the Cranbury Library at 2 p.m. on July 29.
But none of that matters if the food's no good. There were no complaints on June 28, and the local cafe's new menu items have been getting rave reviews, which came as no surprise to corporate planners, who surveyed more than 3,000 guests sampling 100 menu items in cafes on four continents. The result was a collection of old favorites and new winners that are "rockin'" Duval Street.