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Big Thank You from the City of Lauderhill!

Special thanks to Larry and his team from Atlantic Pallet Inc. in Fort Lauderdale for donating all of the pallets for the City of Lauderhill Bahamas Hurricane Relief Supply Drop Off. In addition, special thanks to the Metro Broward Professional Firefighters, local 3080 for donating a tremendous truckload of water.

The City of Lauderhill would like take this opportunity to thank all of our generous residents, businesses and volunteers who contributed and made donations at the Lauderhill Drop Off location to help those in need in the Bahamas after Hurricane Dorian.

 

Image above: Larry in front of Atlantic Pallet Inc.

Image above: Parks and Leisure Services, Public Works, and Utilities staff worked side by side with Citizens on Patrol and CERT volunteers at the location.

 Commissioner Denise D. Grant working with Firefighters

Image above: Lauderhill Commissioner Denise D. Grant working with Firefighters to load the trucks. Here she is receiving water from Fire Chief Marc Celetti.

 Commissioner Denise D. Grant with Lauderhill Firefighters

Image above: Lauderhill Commissioner Denise D. Grant with Lauderhill Firefighters, Fire Chief Marc Celetti, and Metro Broward Professional Firefighters, Local 3080 President Brian Powell (far right). Brian, on behalf of the union, donated several palettes of water. Thank you!

 

Image above: Lauderhill Deputy City Manager Desorae Giles-Smith working with volunteers to stack the supplies for transport.

Mayor Ken Thurston with CERT members

Image above: Lauderhill Mayor Ken Thurston with CERT members volunteering

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