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Bethesda family gives thanks by giving to Sandy victims
The Audas family of Bethesda, Md. has collected clothing and will spend their Thanksgiving in N.J. volunteering to help Sandy victims.
Bags of donated items have been dropped off outside the Bethesda, Md. home of Abbi, 12, and Andrew, 9, Audas on Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2012. The two children saw a telethon to raise money for Hurricane Sandy victims and decided they wanted to do something to help, so they started "Project Keep Them Cozy," making flyers and asking their schools and others to donate. It sort of snow-balled, and now the family will be renting a big Penske truck and driving all of the donations up to New Jersey, where they will spend their Thanksgiving volunteering to help those that lost everything in the storm. (Barbara L. Salisbury/The Washington Times)