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Bentley joins Senator Kerry's Hurricane Relief Effort Saturday Sept. 17, 12-5PM under LaCava Tent

July 14, 2005

Bentley is proud to join Senator Kerry in organizing a second flight of relief supplies for the people affected by Hurricane Katrina.

The Senator's first flight, which contained 24 tons of food, shoes and medical supplies, left Monday, September 12. This flight will leave Monday, September 19.

Bentley will serve asadrop-off site for donations to the2ndHurricane Relief flight, complementing the fundraising efforts of Camp for Katrina.

Please note thatthe organizersare asking for un-opened cases of the following items. It is important that we collect un-opened cases of these products to ensure safety in shipping, as well as to maximize their helpfulness upon receipt in the impacted areas.

  • Bottled water
  • Baby food/baby formula
  • Toiletries
  • Pull-top canned meals (soup, raviolis, etc)


Saturday, September 17, 2005
12 noon to 5pm

Bentley College
175 Forest Street
Under the LaCava tent, behind LaCava Center building.





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