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Monday, April 26, 2004
RI schools raise funds and show support for RI Red Cross
On Wednesday, March 31st, students across Rhode Island celebrated the last day of Red Cross Month with a school wide campaign called "Students Stand Up for the Red Cross Day." Dozens of schools across Rhode Island took part and raised funds for the RI Red Cross programs and services. In total, 34 schools participated in this statewide event which, to date, has raised over $4,700.
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Wednesday, April 14, 2004
RI Red Cross assisting 5 Providence residents displaced by afternoon fire
RI Red Cross volunteers responded to a fire at 92 Burnside Street in Providence today at 2:30 pm.  Five adults were displaced from the residence and received emergency food and shelter assistance from the RI Red Cross.
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Wednesday, April 14, 2004
RI Red Cross assisting 4 Glocester residents displaced by fire
RI Red Cross volunteers responded to a fire at a single family home at 360 Douglas Hook Road in Glocester last evening around 8:00 pm.  The family -- three adults and one child -- required Red Cross emergency food and shelter assistance.
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Tuesday, April 6, 2004
RI Red Cross assisting 15 Pawtucket residents displaced by fire
RI Red Cross volunteers responded to a fire at a 6-family unit located at 17 Charles Street in Pawtucket this morning. In all, five families were displaced 12 adults and 3 children. They received emergency food and shelter assistance from RI Red Cross volunteers.
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Monday, April 5, 2004
RI Red Cross assisting 2 Warwick residents displaced by fire
RI Red Cross volunteers are assisting 1 adult and 1 child displaced by a fire this afternoon at 76 Gayton Street in Warwick.  The mother and her child required Red Cross emergency food, clothing and shelter assistance.
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Wednesday, March 31, 2004
RI Red Cross assisting 5 Pawtucket residents displaced by overnight fire
RI Red Cross volunteers responded to a fire at 25 Hazel Street in Pawtucket early this morning.  A total of 5 people 2 adults and 3 children required Red Cross emergency food, clothing and shelter assistance. Also today, on the last day of Red Cross Month, 26 schools across Rhode Island are holding a one day fundraiser to show their support for the RI Red Cross and the programs and services they provide.
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Tuesday, March 23, 2004
RI Red Cross assisting 15 Central Falls residents displaced by fire
RI Red Cross volunteers responded to a fire at a triple-decker home at 10 Fletcher Street in Central Falls last evening.  A total of 15 people 12 adults and 3 children required Red Cross emergency food and shelter assistance.
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Terrorism Hotline - 1-866-GET-INFO or 1-866-438-4636
Questions About Terrorism? Call our toll-free hotline seven days a week, 8am-midnight.
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Questions About Homeland Security? Read these useful articles about protecting individuals, families, neighborhoods, schools, and businesses.
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CURRENT THREAT LEVEL
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Low = Green
Guarded = Blue
Elevated = Yellow
High = Orange
Severe = Red

The Homeland Security Advisory System. The Homeland Security Advisory System is a means to disseminate information regarding the risk of terrorist acts to federal, state, and local authorities and to the American people. What does condition "yellow" mean to you or your family? Read this set of guidelines developed by the American Red Cross for families and businesses.
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Armed Forces Emergency Services Available
Armed Forces Emergency Services Are Available for Members of the Reserves and National Guard. Members of the U. S. Armed Forces don't have to be actively deployed to benefit from American Red Cross Armed Forces Emergency Services.
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SARS - Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome
Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome. A respiratory illness, called SARS by the World Health Organization, has emerged in recent months, presenting a worldwide public health concern.
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Together We Prepare
Make a Plan, Build A Kit, Get Trained, Volunteer, Give Blood! Now, more than ever, you need to be prepared for the unexpected.
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