Cape Gazette

Lewes Fire Department loads goods for New Jersey

Accepting donations until 3 p.m. Nov. 9
By Melissa Steele | Nov 08, 2012
Photo by: Melissa Steele Barry Schneider, left, and Phil Keats help load a U-Haul van Nov. 8 with goods donated by the Lewes community intended for storm damaged communities in Lewes.

An outpouring of goods filled a fire engine bay at Lewes Fire Department Nov. 8. Organizer Debi Fenimore said the community has answered the call for goods for storm-ravaged New Jersey with bags and boxes of clothes, food, blankets, toiletries and water. Volunteers began loading up a U-Haul van Nov. 8; Fenimore said they will continue collecting goods until 3 p.m. Nov. 9. Volunteers will drive the goods to Cape May, N.J. where they will be met by Cape May firefighters who will unload the items and redistribute them to hard-hit areas.

Dick Coding takes some donated bags from a growing pile at Lewes Fire Department. (Photo by: Melissa Steele)
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