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RED CROSS OFFERS DEBBY STATISTICS AND THANKS

The St. Thomas/St. John Chapter of the American Red Cross opened shelters between 6 and 10 p.m. Monday, Aug. 21, and closed them at 8 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 23. Three shelters on St. Thomas and two on St. John were available.
Here's a breakdown of people served and services provided:
Mass Care
Total number of people sheltered: 64
Total meals served: 253
Shelters on St. John: Emmaus and Bethany Moravian Churches. Number of people sheltered: 13
Shelters on St. Thomas: Blue Water Bible College, Nisky Moravian Church and Seventh-day Adventist School. Number of people sheltered: 51.
Human Resources
Total volunteers and paid staff who responded: 47 (including 2 mainland staff)
The chapter thanks the following:
Red Cross paid and volunteer staff
Plaza Extra
VITEMA
McCoy Webster and Palms Court Harbourview for headquarters space
Commissioner Marc Biggs and the Property and Procurement Department for the use of a vehicle and volunteers
Commissioner Ruby Simmonds and the Education Department team

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The St. Thomas/St. John Chapter of the American Red Cross opened shelters between 6 and 10 p.m. Monday, Aug. 21, and closed them at 8 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 23. Three shelters on St. Thomas and two on St. John were available.
Here's a breakdown of people served and services provided:
Mass Care
Total number of people sheltered: 64
Total meals served: 253
Shelters on St. John: Emmaus and Bethany Moravian Churches. Number of people sheltered: 13
Shelters on St. Thomas: Blue Water Bible College, Nisky Moravian Church and Seventh-day Adventist School. Number of people sheltered: 51.
Human Resources
Total volunteers and paid staff who responded: 47 (including 2 mainland staff)
The chapter thanks the following:
Red Cross paid and volunteer staff
Plaza Extra
VITEMA
McCoy Webster and Palms Court Harbourview for headquarters space
Commissioner Marc Biggs and the Property and Procurement Department for the use of a vehicle and volunteers
Commissioner Ruby Simmonds and the Education Department team