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March 28, 2003

Camilla-- Nurses and health care workers took the day off to feed tornado victims.

Harris Professional Care along with C & C Lawn Care Service cooked and served hot dogs on Goodson Road in Camilla. The CEO Gregory Harris decided to close the Albany office today so employees could lend a hand.

"This will mean a whole lot for them," said Office Manager Kemia Sumlin." Comes in handy. Clothes, I know they are needing clothes and a hot meal for today, because I know they haven't had one for a while."

They are expected to cook throughout the weekend. They are also giving out new clothes and household items to tornado victims.

posted at 4:05PM by dave.miller@walb.com

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