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Community - January 9, 2013

What Hurricane Sandy taught me

by Barbara Wood

Why did I, and nearly 200 other Bay Area volunteers, recently put my life on hold and travel to the East Coast to help out those affected by Hurricane Sandy?

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Barbara Wood is a freelance writer, photographer, gardener and Red Cross volunteer who lives and works in an 1889 farmhouse in Woodside with her husband, Labrador retriever and flock of chickens.


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