FEMA Corps helps prepare region for aid, crises

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Posted: August 3, 2013

The Winchester Star

The FEMA Corps Alpine 4 members are Esmeralda Vidana (seated on the wall from left), Tyler Griffin and Emily Henry; seated on the steps (from left) are Kate Enloe, team leader, Bethany Coury, Sara Pearson, Sarah Hellier and Connor Smoot. (Photo by Ginger Perry/The Winchester Star)
Sarah Hellier
FEMA Corps team members pose for a portrait at the Franklin D. Roosevelt Memorial in Washington. The inscription mentions the Civilian Conservation Corps, a New Deal program similar to the present-day FEMA Corps.
Kate Enloe is the FEMA Corps Alpine 4 team leader. (Photo by Ginger Perry/The Winchester Star)
Tyler Griffin performs volunteer work in the Jubilee Soup Kitchen at First Presbyterian Church.
Sarah Hellier (right) and Esmeralda Vidana work at a field office in Lincroft, N.J.
Bethany Coury talks to workers at the Jubilee Soup Kitchen at First Presbyterian Church in Winchester.

WINCHESTER — When Midwest natives Sarah Hellier and Kate Enloe joined a new federal government program in February, they probably did not know that their jobs would take them to parts of New...



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