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Katie Curler’s very own fashion blog has been featured on the CBS Sacramento list of TOP FASHION BLOGS. The article is as follows!
“Katie Curler loves a bargain and blogs about how to create fashionable, flattering looks from thrift store finds. Photographs of movie stars and other glamorous celebs are interspersed with pics of Curler modeling similar thrift store styles, and she does not limit her advice just to clothing. Jewelry, shoes, belts and other accessories are discussed and featured as well. Readers are invited to send in photos of high-fashion attire, and Curler will search Sacramento thrift stores for comparable styles. She recently began a YouTube series called “Ask Katie,” featuring advice on current fashions that can be found at Salvation Army thrift stores. Curler, modeling a leopard-print skirt, was included in an InStyle magazine piece and has been featured in several posts on Thrift Town’s fashion blog”
You can read the full article HERE
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FROM THE SALVATION ARMY BLOG:
One year ago, Hurricane Sandy pummeled the East Coast following a four-day northern trek, creating the deadliest and most destructive hurricane of the 2012 season. Affecting 24 states, the storm’s force shattered communities, destroyed homes and businesses, shut down power for millions, and took over 100 lives.
A week before the strike, Emergency Disaster Services (EDS) crews of The Salvation Army were ramping up response efforts by feeding evacuees and developing search and rescue teams.
“We discovered then that our response needed to be more than the hot dog and a cup of coffee,” says Brenda Beavers, State Director of Human Resources for The Salvation Army’s New Jersey Division.
In the immediate aftermath of the storm, EDS canteens were dispatched to the hardest hit areas up and down the coast. With the help of staff and volunteers, meals, drinks, clothing, blankets and toiletries were distributed to victims and first responders. As part of a long-term recovery effort, the Army provided gift cards and in-kind products such as heaters, food, clothing, toys, diapers, linens, boots, and facemasks.
People had lost their homes, their memories, and things you simply can’t replace.