416 Fire inspires new Red Cross volunteer

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416 Fire inspires new Red Cross volunteer

Recent arrival to Southwest Colorado aids Hurricane Florence relief effort
Madeline Marquardt of Durango hands out blankets while volunteering at an American Red Cross staff shelter in North Carolina. Prompted by the 416 Fire, Marquardt volunteered for the Red Cross, and within a week was helping with Hurricane Florence relief efforts.
Mauri Moore Shuler, a public information volunteer with the Red Cross, said Madeline Marquardt, a recent arrival to Southwest Colorado, has the ideal qualities to be a great volunteer: She’s resourceful and she thinks fast on her feet.
This map includes push pins to indicate all the hometowns of volunteers at a Red Cross shelter in Wilmington, North Carolina.
Madeline Marquardt of Durango folds a cot while volunteering in North Carolina.

416 Fire inspires new Red Cross volunteer

Madeline Marquardt of Durango hands out blankets while volunteering at an American Red Cross staff shelter in North Carolina. Prompted by the 416 Fire, Marquardt volunteered for the Red Cross, and within a week was helping with Hurricane Florence relief efforts.
Mauri Moore Shuler, a public information volunteer with the Red Cross, said Madeline Marquardt, a recent arrival to Southwest Colorado, has the ideal qualities to be a great volunteer: She’s resourceful and she thinks fast on her feet.
This map includes push pins to indicate all the hometowns of volunteers at a Red Cross shelter in Wilmington, North Carolina.
Madeline Marquardt of Durango folds a cot while volunteering in North Carolina.
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