Nebraska Teens Walk for Sandy Recovery Awareness
As part of a week long volunteer effort coordinated through LSMNJ’s Lutheran Disaster Response, more than 300 teens and adults from Nebraska held a mass “walk” on the Seaside Heights boardwalk yesterday to generate awareness of the continuing need on the Jersey shore to rebuild and recover from SuperStorm Sandy. Read the stories from the Philadelphia Inquirer and Asbury park press below. Thank you to Amy Pennenga, coordinator of LSMNJ disaster recovery, and her team for helping to share this special event with the public and for all they do everyday to fulfill our mission!
See more photos from the walk on the LSMNJ Flickr Page.
Nebraska teens converge at the Shore to help with Sandy cleanup
What caused 300 people to gather in Seaside?