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The Times
  • Salvation Army to begin transition to long-term recovery

  • As the Salvation Army continues its mass feeding operations in the city of Oneida and the villages of Herkimer and Mohawk in Herkimer County, officers are planning to transition into a long-term recovery support for flood survivors.

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  • As the Salvation Army continues its mass feeding operations in the city of Oneida and the villages of Herkimer and Mohawk in Herkimer County, officers are planning to transition into a long-term recovery support for flood survivors.
    Beginning Wednesday and lasting until Friday, the Salvation Army will be reducing its roaming mobile feeding vans to once a day, between 3 to 6 p.m. in Herkimer and Mohawk.
    The canteen in the city of Oneida will continue to visit affected neighborhoods.
    Through the generosity of a United Way of the Valley and Greater Utica donor, The Salvation Army will be offering a $20 FastTrac gift card to Herkimer County residents Wednesday through Friday. Gift cards, one per person, are limited. Proof of county residency is required.
    Throughout the relief efforts, the Salvation Army has provided over 9,000 meals, 1,400 snacks, over 14,500 drinks and over 1,900 clean up kits to Herkimer County residents and city of Oneida residents.
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