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I was raised in California and have experienced a handful of decent-sized earthquakes. I was never afraid of earthquakes as a child. I didn't fully appreciate the magnitude of the damage t... Posted on 2/27/10 at 4:32 PM
The first Miss Haiti in 22 years is not the typical contestant you'd find in a beauty pageant. She is a young lawyer who speaks four languages and is happy to be able to help her country after the horrific earthquake that devastated the impoverished Caribbean nation last January.
Sigal Ratner-Arias, AP Entertainment Writer
, August 17, 2010
Marshall junior Ehvyn McDaniels couldn’t stand by while the people of Haiti suffered in the wake of the recent earthquake. After watching enough of the news, she decided to do something, and that something will happen at 7 p.m. Friday night in Marshall School’s Fregeau Auditorium.
Dianne Edgett’s plan to keep in touch with her grandchildren has mushroomed into a ministry. The Superior woman is currently leading a doll-making brigade. The soft, hand-made dolls will travel to a Haiti orphanage in early April with missionaries Justin and Christia Fulkerson.
The children of Peace Lutheran Church have Haiti on their minds. Tonight, they will lift their voices in song, share their hopes for the Caribbean country and offer the community a chance to help.
“We can make a change,” said Kevin Garland, 9.
A northern Wisconsin resident who led disaster planning in Haiti says the magnitude of Tuesday’s earthquake could mean hundreds of thousands of casualties.
Mike Simonson, Wisconsin Public Radio
, January 14, 2010
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