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Queens store helps hurricane victims

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I would like to mention that the Bayside Milk Farm donated a minimum of 20 cases of nonperishable food and water. An off-duty fireman picked the donation up and donated it to the Rockaways and Breezy Point.

I am friends with a retired fire battalion chief from Queens and he made the pickup arrangement. And, as you know, Sullivan’s has been instrumental in collecting, delivering and donating food and services.

Baysiders have come together once again when our city needed us, and will continue to. I am sure other stores in our area have done their share as well. Just thought I would give them a shout-out.

Denise Boltz

Bayside

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