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Hats and scarves are just some of the donated items that the Audas family from Bethesda, Md. has collected as part of "Project Keep Them Cozy," a project started by the two Audas children, Abbi, 12, and Andrew, 9, as a way to help Hurricane Sandy victims. The family plans to drive all of the donated items up to New Jersey, where they will spend Thanksgiving volunteering to help those families who lost everything in the storm. (Barbara L. Salisbury/The Washington Times)
Photo by: BARBARA L. SALISBURY
Hats and scarves are just some of the donated items that the Audas family from Bethesda, Md. has collected as part of "Project Keep Them Cozy," a project started by the two Audas children, Abbi, 12, and Andrew, 9, as a way to help Hurricane Sandy victims. The family plans to drive all of the donated items up to New Jersey, where they will spend Thanksgiving volunteering to help those families who lost everything in the storm. (Barbara L. Salisbury/The Washington Times)

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