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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  September 2, 2004

CONTACT: Martin County Emergency Operations Center, (772) 287-1652
                  David Graham, (772) 692-7330

Medically Skilled Volunteers Urgently Needed

Martin County Emergency Management officials have issued an urgent call for medically-skilled personnel to volunteer and provide assistance at the County’s Special Needs Shelter located at Challenger School, 5150 SE Willoughby Blvd. in Stuart.

Special Needs residents are typically those citizens requiring medical monitoring are on oxygen or are infirmed.

Those citizens who wish to volunteer should report directly to Challenger School and ask for the Shelter Manager.

Volunteers capable of remaining at the shelter for the duration of Hurricane Frances should bring a change of clothes and any other personal items to last for approximately two to three days.



Last updated: July 08, 2005

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