November 28, 2012

Telling the Recovery Story with Crayons and Construction Paper

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A month after Hurricane Sandy hit the Northeast, hundreds of families continue their daily struggle to put their lives back together. Many of their homes destroyed, these families face living in temporary dwellings like area hotels and relatives’ homes. Their children are staying far away from their schools and some families are facing a decision […]

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November 22, 2012

Let’s Give Thanks to the Selfless Volunteers of Sandy

Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays.  I believe its importance goes beyond simply celebrating a national holiday; it’s a time-honored tradition for families to travel from around the country to catch up, eat great food, catch a football game, partake in the craziness of Black Friday, and above all – give thanks. Thanksgiving to […]

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November 20, 2012

Leading Soldiers in Hurricane Sandy relief efforts

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To most I am simply Joe Linhart, a Senior CPD Representative in the Newark Field Office.  But to my Soldiers though I am CPT Linhart, Assistant Operations Officer for the 1-258 Field Artillery. Though I don’t always talk about my experiences in the service, the story of my battalion’s involvement in the relief efforts for […]

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