CRANBERRY TOWNSHIP (KDKA) – A community program to help neighbors in need has worked as it was designed to work after a blizzard and even has an added bonus.
Cranberry Township activated a community response team when the pandemic hit to help vulnerable neighbors with things like errands, grocery deliveries, chores, and shoveling snow.
Members of Cranberry Volunteers’ “Snow Angels” program performed a variety of emotional activities on Monday.
Fifty people signed up through town to be butchered.
Responses to help community members during arctic blasts and storms are numerous.
Township says sports groups, civic organizations and families have signed up to help their neighbours.
Audrey Rattay said: “We had about ten more volunteers in the hours last night whenever a major storm hit.
Community Engagement Specialist for Cranberry Township told KDKA News.
Rattay said: “I noticed there were two people out there sweeping people’s cars and shoveling around their cars, a whole row of 20 cars.
“We actually had a large number of homes today, which we had to demolish and believe or not believe before we could reach the handful of other neighbors who stepped before us. I’m getting a call, don’t worry about getting here someone else will take care of it. “Chris Minton and his family who are among the “Snow Angels” told KDKA.
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