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Katie Atkinson (left) and Debra McKenzie make sure the Salvation Army's canteen is stocked.

Katie Atkinson (left) and Debra McKenzie make sure the Salvation Army's canteen is stocked.

The mobile kitchen -- which is being prepped to go to areas devastated by recent storms -- gives out water, food, cleanup kits, hygiene kits, first aid supplies, and emotional and spiritual counseling.  Jackie Ricciardi/Staff
Jackie Ricciardi/Staff
Katie Atkinson (left) and Debra McKenzie make sure the Salvation Army's canteen is stocked. The mobile kitchen -- which is being prepped to go to areas devastated by recent storms -- gives out water, food, cleanup kits, hygiene kits, first aid supplies, and emotional and spiritual counseling.

The mobile kitchen -- which is being prepped to go to areas devastated by recent storms -- gives out water, food, cleanup kits, hygiene kits, first aid supplies, and emotional and spiritual counseling.

 
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