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Tiffany, Abbi and Andrew Audas of Bethesda watch as houses severely damaged by Superstorm Sandy are demolished in Union Beach, N.J., on the day before Thanksgiving. They brought a truckload of donated items to the coastal town that they collected in “Project Keep Them Cozy,” which Abbi, 12, and Andrew, 9, spearheaded. (Barbara L. Salisbury/The Washington Times)

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Andrew Audas, 9, and his sister Abbi, 12, of Bethesda, roll a dolly carrying bags full of donated clothes up the ramp into their 12-foot rental truck, which they filled before heading north Wednesday to help families who lost almost everything they had during Superstorm Sandy on the New Jersey shore. (Barbara L. Salisbury/The Washington Times)

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Andrew Audas, 9, left, and his sister Abbi, 12, roll a dolly carrying trash bags full of donated clothes up the ramp into their 12-foot rental truck, which they completely filled with donations for victims of Hurricane Sandy, while mom Tiffany gets more bags out of the garage, at left. The family loaded up the truck at their Bethesda, Md. home on Tuesday, Nov. 20, 2012 and will leave Wednesday morning for New Jersey, where they will donate all the items and then spend the next few days volunteering. (Barbara L. Salisbury/The Washington Times)

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Andrew Audas, 9, left, and his sister Abbi, 12, roll a dolly carrying trash bags full of donated clothes up the ramp into their 12-foot rental truck, which they completely filled with donations for victims of Hurricane Sandy, while mom Tiffany gets more bags out of the garage, at left. The family loaded up the truck at their Bethesda, Md. home on Tuesday, Nov. 20, 2012 and will leave Wednesday morning for New Jersey, where they will donate all the items and then spend the next few days volunteering. (Barbara L. Salisbury/The Washington Times)

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"I'm sinking!" says Andrew Audas, 9, as he falls back into a pile of bags full of donated bedding inside the 12-foot rental truck that he and his family are filling Tuesday, Nov. 20, 2012 at their Bethesda, Md. home to take up to New Jersey for Hurricane Sandy victims. Andrew and his sister Abbi decided to collect things for victims of Hurricane Sandy. Their project, called "Keep Them Cozy," has collected enough donations to fill this truck. The family will drive everything up to New Jersey on Wednesday, and they will spend Thanksgiving and the weekend volunteering up there. (Barbara L. Salisbury/The Washington Times)

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Andrew Audas practices using the walkie-talkie that he and his sister will use to communicate between their rental truck and their personal vechicle as they drive up to New Jersey Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2012 with donated items for Hurricane Sandy victims. (Barbara L. Salisbury/The Washington Times)