Aisling Irish Center volunteers in disbelief at Hurricane Sandy destruction
Irish Community from Yonkers continues to try to help in badly affected areas of Queens
The day proved to have meaning. Volunteers met a woman who had survived Chernobyl, a little girl named 'Precious', a dog called 'Angel', and a brother and sister, both with special needs who lived in an apartment, numbered 5H, that they titled, 'Fifth Heaven."
The group finished successfully in the late afternoon, before making their way back to Yonkers.
Just by talking to each individual volunteer, it was obvious that this group of people, along with the others who volunteered earlier during the week and the 79+ on Saturday were kind hearted, generous people, who were willing to put the needs of others before theirs.
In the wake of the hurricane, the people of the Irish community clearly have detached themselves from material things and attached themselves to the love they have for others.
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