When temperatures plunge and prices are on the rise as they are now, more than a few of our neighbors need extra help to keep their homes warm. This is the 10th year that Eddie challenged Scarborough to raise money for fuel assistance at the Rally to Keep Our Neighbors Warm. By noon last Saturday, together we had raised more than $26,000 dollars for fuel assistance! At today’s prices, that covers about sixty ‘helps’ of 100 gallons of oil, k1, propane, or firewood. Thanks to the Rally, that’s nearly 8,000 gallons of fuel to keep furnaces going. This amazing community Rally is only possible because of the teamwork and enthusiastic support from the Town of Scarborough, Scarborough Police and Fire, Community Services and Public Works, SEDCO and the Chamber of Commerce, Town Council, Scarborough Public Library and the groups that turn out to lend a hand. To everyone who rallied with us and gave to the fuel fund, the Town and Project GRACE extend their warmest and most heartfelt thanks. Thanks to a very caring and generous community, we can keep our promise that we won’t leave our neighbors in the cold.
Neighbors Helping Neighbors
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