WHAT: American Red Cross of Rhode Island
volunteers will be recognized by Governor Almond and the State Senate for their outstanding efforts both at Ground Zero and here in Rhode Island.
WHO: Local Red Cross disaster volunteers who traveled to Ground Zero in the
days following the September 11th tragedy, as well as two local students, who used Red Cross CPR and First Aid training to save a life.
WHEN: Thursday, March 21st, beginning at 3:30pm.
WHERE: Volunteers will be meeting in Governor Almond's office at 3:30pm.
They will meet in Lt. Governor Fogarty's office at 3:45pm. They will then be recognized on the Senate floor at the rise (approximately 4pm).
WHY: March is American Red Cross Month nationwide, and outstanding
volunteers and citizens who use Red Cross training to save lives are being recognized for making Rhode Island a safer place.