Donated Christmas greens save hospital’s holiday

Donated Christmas greens save hospital’s holiday.

This is a neat article about the community response to the loss of Christmas decorations at Wernersville State Hospital due to the flooding from Tropical storm Lee that prompted the evacuation of the residents and staff at Wernersville State Hospital last September.

I would like to thank those who helped Wernersville State Hospital brighten things up for the residents there, but also would like to thank the countless people across Pennsylvania who selflessly donate their time and energy to help folks who happen to be less fortunate then them.  Many do this and will sacrifice time they could be spending with their own families so that they can help others.   Hats off to the many volunteers across Pennsylvania, you have my respect.

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“Wernersville State Hospital evacuation unprecedented”

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This article offers some followup to the evacuation of Wernersville State Hospital due to flooding which was the result of tropical storm Lee.  The article was found on the ReadingEagle.com website dated September 23, 2011

Related article indicating that folks were returning to Wernersville State Hospital the item is dated September 14, 2011

“Wernersville State Hospital evacuated”

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This article dated Sept. 9, 2011 found in the Reading Eagle  indicates that a small dam broke near Wernersville State Hospital, in Berks County,  prompting an evacuation of patients and staff from the facility due to flooding on Thursday.

“Transfer of patients into Wernersville State Hospital from Allentown nearly complete “

http://readingeagle.com/article.aspx?id=227601

The above link will take you to an article found in the June 15, 2010 edition of the Reading Eagle.  it is a short article, but talks a little about Wernersville State Hospital and how the transfers from Allentown State Hospital are going.

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