February 24, 2012
A couple years back I got the opportunity to work with NECHAMA when they came to Fargo/Moorhead to help with the rising waters. My uncle Dan and his team had come to visit my sister and I the night before, and had asked if I wanted to help them out. I had said yes. We went fix up the basement of a house, cleaning and reattaching pipes and putting in new sheet rock and such. The way that the workers handled the volunteers was incredible, they knew the answers to all the questions and not one body was simply standing around. They had all the equipment that they needed to keep volunteers safe as well as working. If someone didn't know how to do something they'd simply show them and move on to do other things. The whole experience was incredible. It is a great thing that they do.
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