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Next week is National Volunter Week! With all the volunteering that has been going on around the community, we wanted to give a huge shout out to all those that help at the Tiger Food Pantry.
These men and women don’t just show up and serve others on Saturday mornings and Thursday evenings during their open hours. You will find many if not all of them at the pantry throughout the week unloading shipments, organizing, and restocking items.
Week in and week out they continue to serve those in need with a friendly smile as they take orders and deliver them to patrons vehicles.
Please help us in recognizing and thanking the following individuals that make the Tiger Food Pantry a huge success.

Mary Long
Vicki Anderson
Laurie McBeth
Pat Allen
Gail Bailey
Wayne Long
Mike McBeth
Anna Williams
Virginia Ekstrand
Cheryl Ullrich

A couple pictures of today’s volunteers!
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Next week is National Volunter Week! With all the volunteering that has been going on around the community, we wanted to give a huge shout out to all those that help at the Tiger Food Pantry. 
These men and women don’t just show up and serve others on Saturday mornings and Thursday evenings during their open hours. You will find many if not all of them at the pantry throughout the week unloading shipments, organizing, and restocking items. 
Week in and week out they continue to serve those in need with a friendly smile as they take orders and deliver them to patrons vehicles.
Please help us in recognizing and thanking the following individuals that make the Tiger Food Pantry a huge success.

Mary Long
Vicki Anderson
Laurie McBeth
Pat Allen
Gail Bailey
Wayne Long
Mike McBeth
Anna Williams
Virginia Ekstrand
Cheryl Ullrich

A couple pictures of today’s volunteers!Image attachment

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This is an awesome group!

Such an amazing thing for our community! Thank you to all!

Thanks you

Biography Research Project ✔️

Each student in Mrs. Davis’ class was randomly assigned a person of influence. The people of influence ranged from civil rights leaders, scientists, athletes, and even more!💡⭐️⚾️🔭✈️💛

It was so fun to see the kids learn about people they didn’t know and new facts about people they had heard of before!
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Attention: Those in need of some additional help!
Tomorrow, we will be sending out a group of about 25 students and a few staff to assist in clean-up again. We plan to start at the cemetery helping carry tree debris, rake up the lawn, and pick up other loose debris.

If anyone needs additional we will gladly stop by and assist. In addition, I have been notified by Danville and WMU that they will send a group of kids to help as well, so don't hesitate to ask for any help that you might need. Even if we helped yesterday we are willing to come back again.

Please either respond to this post with your name and address or call the High School office before tomorrow morning at 319-367-0500.

Please share this post so we can continue to help those in need!

Tiger Proud!
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2 days ago

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What a good community! Thanks to all those helping. I checked my parents' headstone at the cemetery, and although it was under a tree, I think it was intact. Many other headstones were broken. Do you know how those will be addressed?

Sonja Hopson needs help on Oakberry!

Thank you so much. We had kids yesterday who out worked us by a mile and a smaller group coming tomorrow. This has reminded me (unfortunately) that we really are getting old. Lol

This is so heartwarming to see the school and the kids helping ❤️❤️

Remember there's nails, screws, sharp metal, possible glass and splintered wood. Gloves are advised.

Amy Prottsman Wolfe

Scott Boles

Clifton Dawley

Hi all, I run one of the residential facilities for the Eighth Judicial District Department of Correctional Services. We have multiple clients re-entering society that are eager to give back to their community. We are offering our assistance with any help/cleanup needed (separate from where the school would be). I would be onsite to help as well. Please message me if we can help!

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**** update, I do believe the owner has been located, thanks for sharing****

This was posted in one of our community groups, I’m posting it here so it can be shared. Let’s help the owners get their quilt back.
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2 days ago

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Thank you for finding, retrieving, cleaning, and returning this to the owner. I’m sure they really appreciated it.

Today was all about teamwork and making a positive impact! Our amazing students from grades 6-12 joined forces with teachers and staff to lend a helping hand after the recent tornado. Together, they tackled cleanup duties with determination and a whole lot of heart.

Huge shoutout to our students for stepping up and showing what it means to be part of our tight-knit community. Your efforts don't go unnoticed; you're truly making a difference.

Let's keep that spirit of unity going strong. We're in this together!

#newlondonproud
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2 days ago

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Great kids, great community, and great Administration for allowing our students to be a part of this life lesson of serving others.

I would like to thank each and everyone from good old NLHS! It was so overwhelming the help and hard work of the students and staff! You are amazing! You are such a blessing to all!! Thank you, from the bottom of my heart! Just an FYI, Dale and us 3 girls are all alumni!

Thank you high school staff, students and parents for helping my family with such a daunting task today. You are greatly appreciated.

Thank you to all of the young men that came to the Garrell’s subdivision! We wouldn’t have been able to do it without you kids! Speaking of well mannered and behaved young men also! Thank you New London Community School District for allowing these students to help! We would still be out there if we didn’t have their help! Make sure to get your silver cord hours signed boys! 😉

They did an amazing job! Good job NLHS staff who support and supervised these kids.

What an amazing response from an amazing community!! So proud of each one of them...❤️❤️

Thank you to all the students and adults . I am sure these families really appreciate your hard work. And there is stills much to do.

Thank have been wonderful! Thank you to the kids the parents for raising great kids, the school district and teachers for allowing them to do this.

Heart warming. Love this. Small town people always unite!

Their contribution was HUGE! Thank you all involved!

They made all the difference in clean up today! The task was overwhelming to start and they showed up to serve, it was amazing, Thank you!

Awesome job guys.

They made a huge difference!!! Great job!!

Great job, New London strong 💪!

What a GREAT thing to see everyone getting together to help one another. It's really nice to see the students and teachers out helping. Gives you a good feeling 😄💪👍

This is amazing. Great kids Great community

Thank you thank you thank you! It would have taken forever to do that

How AWESOME! Kudos to All.

So proud of this community and its awesome students‼️

So proud of these students and their parents and teachers! 💕

Love this! Great job kids!

Great job!!! Love this!

Great life lesson! Thanks to all involved!

God bless each and everyone of you for all your hard work and caring.

Love and prayers to all! Great community!

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It's truly heartbreaking to hear about the devastation caused by the tornado late this afternoon. Our thoughts and prayers are with all the families affected during this difficult time. We are so thankful that nobody was hurt during the tragic event.

Tomorrow we will have school, but we would like to provide an opportunity for our kids to help with any clean-up that is needed.
Providing students with the opportunity to help with cleanup efforts not only supports the community but also instills a sense of empathy and responsibility in our students.

If you would like to give your (7th -12th Grade) child permission to help out around our community please call or email the High School office. We will plan to leave the school after the 1st period. We will return for a short lunch and then return to the community to provide more help.

We know that many were affected and could use our help so please contact us by responding to this post with a message providing your name and address or call the High School office @ 319-367-0500.

Please share this post so we can help out all and any in need.
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3 days ago

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Thank you for allowing our students to help their community and thank you for making the call to dismiss the students from school early today! 🖤💛

I can not adequately express how much I support this. Thank you, and great idea. I know those affected will appreciate it immensely.

All along new London road north on Pine, there is so much debris along the fence line and just stuff everywhere!

This is a perfect teaching moment on so many different levels.

We were hit just north of the Brotherson's. We all survived with now wounds but all buildings and other stuff were a total loss. Will gladly accept help to get the debris from the surrounding fields. We are on Quaker Ave.

Good work New London Schools!

Prayers to the Brotherson family!

So proud of our kids and community! That’s what makes our community the best! Thanking God all are safe!

This is awesome! Thank you New London Community School District!

This is wonderful! The New London students helping in their community will far out weigh the day in the classroom. This is community! Thanks to their teachers for making this possible.

This is an awesome thing for the school to do and I hope many parents allow their kids to do this and the kids take pride in helping!

THIS is how you do it New London. 💪🏻🙌🏻 Bravo.

How wonderful!! Community service project!! Proud of this district. (Patty Bee)

2462 260th street would take any available help. We list the new she's the NL Industrial Trades students were building along with a horse barn and machine shed and fences. Lots of debris to be picked up here

This makes me mad plus I don t think it’s legal.

Dana Boles family might need some help at their place as well.

Copied: Help is needed tomorrow for a few elderly people( mid 80s) who lost their homes in the tornadoes this afternoon near New London Iowa Specific needs are for totes, boxes, generators, and tractors/ heavy equipment, tarps, chains, and chain saws and LOTS of hands to name a few. Addresses that are requesting help are: 2526 New London Road New London Iowa And 2685 250th New London Iowa There is a GREAT DEAL of damage in this are and many others who could use help in this area..

if someone needs there house closed up from having further water damage feel free to call me I would offer some assistance.

Alison Workman Welcher

Martial Crossett

We got hit pretty bad in Garrels Subdivision right outside of town. We have a lot of trees and debris that we could use help with tomorrow. Our address is 2525 Rocky Lane, New London IA.

Danville Schools has a Caring Closet with gently used and new donated clothes in a variety of sizes. If any of your students need clothing due to the storms yesterday, we’d be happy to help them out. They can email me or call me at the Danville Junior High/High School.

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After completing a weather update webinar, we believe it is the best choice to dismiss school today at 12:00 to avoid the impact of the incoming storms.

Everyone stay safe this afternoon and evening!
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4 days ago

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Great decision in having the kids and staff head home early today!

Can we PLEASE at least fix the mulch around Emma Ritchey’s tree? My grandpa Rod Linkin and me (M. DeWitt) picked it out for her before her bench was put in. Now my grandpa is no longer with us. I’m attached to the tree, please, fix its mulch. I’m ever WILLING and would be HAPPY to come do it myself.

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