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Snow Saviors: Cadets Help Dig Cars Out After Storm

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Herndon High School’s Navy Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps' spent hours last week removing over a foot of snow on and around the cars of senior citizens residing at Herndon Harbor House.
Herndon High School’s Navy Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps' spent hours last week removing over a foot of snow on and around the cars of senior citizens residing at Herndon Harbor House.
Herndon High School’s Navy Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps' spent hours last week removing over a foot of snow on and around the cars of senior citizens residing at Herndon Harbor House.

"It was a big effort much appreciated by residents, some of who ventured onto the snowy lots to thank the cadets for their hard work," according to the post at Herndon Patch.

Read more, and see more photos, from the big dig out. 

And post your own stories at Patch by visiting the Town Square page and click the box reading "What Do You Want to Share?"
Willa March 02, 2014 at 01:56 PM
I sure wish there were young folks available for hire to help older folks by providing this invaluable service. If there are, I haven't found them. I'm not disabled and I work, but I'm a senior citizen who is unable to do this task safely and I would gratefully pay for the service.

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