United Way Helping to Organize Volunteers for Clean Up

posted almost 3 years ago by nboconnor from No Organization
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The United Way of South Carolina is organizing volunteers willing to pitch in and help flooding victims clean debris and ruined possessions from their flooded homes. More here: http://www.wltx.com/story/news/local/2015/10/10/united-way-helping-organize-volunteers/73734940/

Drinking Water Pick-up Locations as of 10/10/15

posted almost 3 years ago by nboconnor from No Organization
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Columbia has set up water distribution sites at the following locations so people can get fresh water to drink.

Walmart - 5424 Forest Drive

Lower Richland High School -2615 Lower Richland Boulevard

Landmark Drive - 3700 Landmark Drive near the Richland Mall

Former Sam's Club Parking Lot - 1401 Sunset…

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Free Legal Assistance

posted almost 3 years ago by nboconnor from No Organization
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WLTX story posted 10/10/15: http://www.wltx.com/story/news/local/2015/10/10/free-legal-assistance-flood-victims/73724622/

Free Tetanus Vaccinations

posted almost 3 years ago by nboconnor from No Organization
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DHEC Offers Free Tetanus Vaccinations for Flood-Affected South Carolinians Two mobile clinics will be held Saturday: 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at A.C. Flora High School, 1 Falcon Drive, Columbia 3 to 5 p.m. at Pine Glen Subdivision, Seawright Road, Columbia Clinics will be held 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.…

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Adopt a Family project - Midland Flood Assistance

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Provided by Midland Flood Assistance, 10/10/15: Adopt a Family - For those that would like to adopt a family in need due to the floods in SC. Please complete this form and a family will be assigned to you as they come in. "Adopt a Family" means that you agree…

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Community Meeting w/ FEMA, SCDOT, SC Legislators - Oct 13, Forest Lake Pres Church

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Update from FEMA, SCDOT PLEASE JOIN US !

EVENT: Richland County Community Meeting DATE: Tuesday, October 13, 2015 TIME: 6:00PM LOCATION: Forest Lake Presbyterian Church, 6500 N Trenholm Rd, Columbia, SC 29206 ROOM: Main Sanctuary

FEMA DISASTER ASSISTANCE Anyone affected by this disaster is encouraged to apply right away for…

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Mattress Donations

posted almost 3 years ago by nboconnor from No Organization
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Posted on Facebook by Anthony Carbone October 8 at 7:54am · Columbia, SC · Edited · Facebook friends, I am touched by how many of you have reached out to me to ask how you can help with our mission of providing mattresses to families that have been displaced due…

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BIG DAM JAM BENEFIT- OCT 11th, 1-7pm, City Roots

posted almost 3 years ago by nboconnor from No Organization
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"You can’t keep a great town down!”

Jam with your community for a cause at this picnic supporting #SCFlood relief with River Rat Brewery beer, wine & hot-off-the-grill food for sale, and live music from local bands Tom Hall and the Plowboys, The Mustache Brothers & more, at City Roots…

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Dentsville supplies for residents

posted almost 3 years ago by nboconnor from No Organization
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Dent Middle School has a large amount of bottled water, clothing, cleaning supplies and food. They'll be there until 3pm today for families affected by the ‪#‎scflood‬. (Address: 2721 Decker Blvd., Columbia, 29016)

Posted to Facebook by Ben Hoover, 10/9/15, 11am

Lake Katherine First Aid

posted almost 3 years ago by nboconnor from No Organization
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Palmetto Health has set up a wound care, tetanus shot, first aid station in Lake Katharine area. (Posted on FB by Julie Turner, 10/9/15)

General Information, gathered by volunteer Melanie Trimble

posted almost 3 years ago by morgan from Recovers
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Friday morning 7am:

The ZOO is free today. Edventure is open (was closed due to pumping in parking lot - never flooded) now the parking lot is open. Not saying anything about free.... (they have been taking activities to shelters and communities).

Pretty much all schools are closed, Many state…

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Welcome to Columbia Flood Recovery Hub!

posted almost 3 years ago by Chris
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This site is designed to organize community preparedness and recovery in Columbia, South Carolina. This site was started by Columbia SC Recovery Hub on October 07, 2015 and is managed by local organizations in the community.

Residents can request help or sign up to donate and volunteer by clicking on…

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