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[Fwd: FW: NPCA Community Responds to Hurricane Katrina]

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  • Greg Garbinsky
    FYI, for those of you who may be interested and available to help. Greg ... Subject: FW: NPCA Community Responds to Hurricane Katrina Date: Wed, 07 Sep
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 7, 2005
         FYI, for those of you who may be interested and available to help.

      Greg

      -------- Original Message --------
      Subject:FW: NPCA Community Responds to Hurricane Katrina
      Date:Wed, 07 Sep 2005 17:38:04 +0200
      From:Kneeland, Douglas (FONL) <Douglas.Kneeland@...>
      To:D R Kneeland <douglas.kneeland@...>, gregoryjgg@...


      -----Original Message-----
      From: president@... [mailto:president@...] 
      Sent: 07 September 2005 00:57
      To: Pardy, Christopher (ESDP)
      Subject: NPCA Community Responds to Hurricane Katrina
      
      Dear Peace Corps community:
      
      Over the past week all of us have been touched by the devastating images and
      stories coming from the areas affected by Hurricane Katrina.  At NPCA we have
      been following developments closely and have received messages from the Peace
      Corps family with information on how we as a community can respond.
      
      Peace Corps has asked us to let you know that they are mobilizing the Crisis
      Corps, and they ask that RPCVs update their information.  Federal Emergency
      Management Agency (FEMA) disaster manager Karen Keefer (Nigeria 66-68) has
      asked me to put out the call to the Peace Corps community that FEMA is
      looking for returned Peace Corps volunteers interested in deploying to the
      South as paid FEMA "disaster reservists."
      
      Information on these and other ways you can help can be found on our Web
      site, where we've created a page with hurricane relief information.
      
      We will be continually updating this page as more information becomes
      available, so be sure to visit it often.  The page is linked directly from
      our home page at http://www.rpcv.org, or via the following links:
      
      Hurricane response page: http://www.rpcv.org/pages/sitepage.cfm?id=1242
      
      Bulletin board, where you can post messages and share information with the
      wider Peace Corps community:
      http://www.rpcv.org/pages/msghome.cfm?category=13
      
      
      Thank you for your concern and for your efforts to assist those affected by
      this tragic event.
      
      Kevin F. F. Quigley
      President
      NPCA
      
      
      
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