Relief Fund Is Set Up for Victims of Flooding

Saul and Ana Romero outside their flooded home, which they bought a few weeks ago, in the county's Huntington section. The house, their first, was among the most heavily damaged by last week's historic rain, and they are unsure whether their insurance will cover the loss.
Saul and Ana Romero outside their flooded home, which they bought a few weeks ago, in the county's Huntington section. The house, their first, was among the most heavily damaged by last week's historic rain, and they are unsure whether their insurance will cover the loss. "It was my dream to get my house," Saul Romero said. Residents and volunteers were working this week to clean up. Photos, Page 8. (By Mark Gong -- The Washington Post)

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Thursday, July 6, 2006

A relief fund has been established for residents of the Arlington Terrace neighborhood whose property was damaged during the recent flooding.

Checks should be made payable to United Community Ministries and sent to 7511 Fordson Rd., Alexandria, Va. 22036. Write Huntington Disaster Relief Fund on the check's memo line. The complete amount of the donations is to go back into the community.

For information, call 703-817-7771 or visit http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov .


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