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Long Beach California Beach Communities – Area Information

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About the Beach Communities of Long Beach California

 

 

Beach Communities of Long Beach California

 

 

Beach Communities of Long Beach CA Business, Schools, the Arts, Marinas, Parks, or just easy beach living¦Long Beach has it all! If you work in Los Angeles or in Orange County commuting is easy from here, we are centrally located. Do you prefer waterfront living or an inland lifestyle? You can choose your dream home from our downtown urban condos, co-ops, lofts, etc. all the way to Alamitos Bay homes with a resort hideaway setting.

 


Long Beach California Real Estate

 

 

Beach Communities of Long Beach


 

 

Resort Style Living at the Heart of Long Beach


Want to live in a luxurious resort community without giving up the conveniences of an urban lifestyle? Head to Belmont Shore and Naples Island along the Long Beach Peninsula. Youll find resort style living at the heart of Long Beach! Here, rows of sailboats bob at docks along the waterfront. Palm trees are massaged by cool ocean breezes. Look no further for top notch shopping, entertainment, beaches, water activities, and unsurpassed dining opportunities. And its all just minutes away from bustling, vital, Downtown Long Beach.

 

 

Waterfront Enchantment


Long Beach California Real Estate Do you like the beach? Theres plenty of it here! At the southern end of Long Beach land stretches and thins into a finger shaped wedge of waterfront enchantment. On one side of this peninsula graceful East Coast shingle style homes overlook the vast Pacific Ocean. On the other, lovely Alamitos Bay caresses the three luxurious water encircled bundles of earth that are Naples Island. At the tip of the Peninsula is the Long Beach Yacht Club.

 


Lovely Belmont Shore


Travel just around the bend at the Second Street/Livingston/Ocean Boulevard stoplight in Long Beach and youll find yourself in friendly.   Belmont Shore. Youll be in good company! Youll enjoy meeting neighbors as you stroll by the boutiques, businesses and shops of the popular Second Street shopping area. Grab a cappuccino at Starbucks and enjoy the day. The fun doesnt stop just because the sun goes down! People travel from all over the country to visit this lovely four mile area. 

 

 

 

Graceful Yachts and Elegant Mansions

Long Beach California Real Estate Follow Second Street across sparkling Alamitos Bay and youll be at the center of quaint Naples Island. Here, graceful yachts float before elegant waterfront mansions. Flower-lined walkways, five Venetian inspired bridges and a city full of palm trees line a mile of tranquil canals. Youll view spectacular ocean vistas from patios in some of the most sought after places to live.

Be sure to meander along the waterfront where sidewalks are shaded by tall palms and garnished with colorful flowers. Here, children play in the sand and paddle about in brightly hued kayaks. In the summer, one bay front street is closed so children can safely travel to and from the beach.

 

Romantic Naples Island


Youll love the canals, bay and beaches that surround Naples Island! Naples consists of three individual islands¦and all have canals that pour into Alamitos Bay. Just like its European namesake, streets in this popular seaside community have Italian names. And since 1971, La Bella Fontana di Napoli, a large fountain at the center of Naples, has been a popular meeting place. Looking for a romantic getaway? Take your sweetheart on an Italian style
Gondola Cruise along picturesque canals.

 

 

Never Far from Long Beach Amenities


Youll think youve stepped into another dimension as you stand on the deck of your boat breathing in the tangy salt air. Amid luxury homes, palm trees and bright flowers¦youll feel far away from the rest of the world. But, in truth, youre not far from Long Beach amenities! Its a short ride to all Long Beach freeways when you travel west on Second Street toward nearby Pacific Coast Highway. (¦Read More About Long Beach>)

 


One of Southern Californias most Coveted Luxury Communities

Long Beach California Real Estate Originally, the land that is Belmont Shore and Naples was a vast expanse of Pacific Ocean wetlands. Later it became a part of historic Rancho Los Alamitos. In the early 1920s, Rancho Los Alamitos was subdivided to form what would become Long Beach.

Even though much of Belmont Shore and Naples was still underwater¦a few forward thinking developers bought it and began construction of one of Southern Californias most coveted luxury communities, creating a picture perfect coastline.

More than 2 million cubic yards of sand and mud were dredged from Alamitos Bay to elevate the land. The Bay was widened and deepened and channels created. Sand imported from Mexico and the Pacific Northwest created idyllic lagoons along the postcard perfect coastline.

 

A Charming Italian Styled Community


Originally, the entire area was intended to be a charming Italian styled community with luxury homes and red tiled roofs on picturesque canals. Gondoliers, a promenade with a large fountain and plenty of beachfront were part of the plan! Due to the high cost and complex task, only Naples Island met that goal. The first residential lots here were sold for less than $2,000.

Bold Contemporary to Spanish Revival


Cruise Naples in a gondola or stroll the walkways by foot or bicycle. Youll see elegant Mediterranean style and stately New England shingle homes, condominiums and more. Dont miss the outstanding collection of period revival commercial buildings along Second Street in Belmont Shore.

Are you searching for a luxury sized residence? Visit NaplesTreasure Island community. Hunting for beachfront condominium? Step out of your Marina Pacifica home and into the warm Alamitos Bay sand. For awe-inspiring sunsets, take an evening stroll down to the beach just blocks away from your lovely Belmont Shore home. From bold contemporary to Spanish Revival, theres a home style here to suit every preference!

Theres Plenty to Do in Belmont Shore, Naples and the Peninsula


Like to shop? Belmont Shores Second Street Shopping district has what you need! Dine indoors or out where youll enjoy the ever-present Long Beach sunshine as it sparkles on peaceful Alamitos Bay. Take in the Belmont Car Show, the largest one day car show on the West Coast. Feel like a day at the beach? Your four footed friend will enjoy entertaining Dog Beach. Swim, sun or sail the Pacific from Belmont Shores tidy beach or the sandy waters along Naples Island. Catch the Long Beach Yacht Club sailboat races every Wednesday! Want to spend the day fishing? Angling is free from the
Belmont Pier.  Whether youre up for a day of skiing or prefer to watch the boats go by¦youll find something to do here.

Second Street Shops


Stroll popular Second Street in this cozy community. Small local businesses mingle with established stores and local eateries to make for some of the best shopping around. Youll enjoy 15 blocks of the best restaurants, specialty shops, boutiques, and entertainment right here!

Belmont Shore Shadow Art -Long Beach California Grab an early morning latte at Starbucks¦by dusk youll be ready for an authentic Greek meal at Mykonos or pizza at B.J.s Pizzeria. Then head for a movie or watch the lights blink in the bay. The fun is just beginning!

Shadow Art


Remember to look down as you meander along Second Streets walkways. You dont want to miss the ’shadow art’ that adorns the sidewalks! Youll enjoy artistic crystal blue waters and shimmering skies decorating Second Street buildings.

 

 

A Dining Opportunity to Suit Every Palate


From an easygoing cantina meal to the southern finery of the Shenandoah Café¦theres a dining opportunity here to suit every palate. Delights will melt in your mouth at the Naples Rib Company. Nicos was owned by Sonny Bonos daughter, Christi, but has recently changed hands. And dont miss weekly wine and beer tasting at Moreys Liquor.

Looking for a casual experience¦with a bayside view which is perfect for sunset dining or viewing the fabulous Long Beach fireworks displays? The Belmont Brewing Company is right next to the Belmont Pier and offers a delectable assortment of salads, soups and entrees. Whether youre up for a quiet dinner inside or a romantic sunset interlude¦youll find it here!

 

 

Alamitos Bay


Alamitos Bay - Long Beach California If you like waterskiing, swimming, sailing and boating, youll like Alamitos Bay. Its the heart of the Peninsula! Here, youll find the most active public marina and the busiest seaport in the nation. The Alamitos Bay Marina is more than 50 years old and boasts 1,991 slips.

Need to buy supplies? Youll find what you need at a convenient marine store. Looking for a yacht club? There are plenty along the bay including the Alamitos Bay Yacht Club. Pack a lunch for a peaceful day at a bayside beach, enjoy a romantic gondola cruise, rent a boat or take your own transport onto the water.

Its up to you!

 

 

 

 

 

Shopping and Food in Alamitos Bay


Long Beach California Real Estate You´ll have your pick of fabulous restaurants at Alamitos Bay. At The Crab Pot, enjoy a view of the yachts docked just outside its walls while feasting on fresh seafood. Looking for a restaurant to entertain your kids? You´ll find it at Joe´s Crab Shack, where the waiters dance, sing and encourage customers to join in. For a postcard like view of the sunset, dine at McKennas on the Bay or Busters Beach House.

Go shopping at The Marketplace on Pacific Coast Highway, just across from Alamitos Bay, or the Marina Pacifica shopping area, just down the block, with great restaurants, shops and even a movie theater. You will not want to miss the fabulous Tantalum Restaurant with its incredible decor and unique menu, the best martinis in town and incredible Long Beach Sunsets on one of our famous canals.

You´ll find unique merchandise at the many boutique shops and affordably priced gourmet foods at Trader Joe´s. When you´re hungry, stop in for a delicious slice at California Pizza Kitchen, or any one of the many restaurants just steps away. Tired of walking? Designed to look like an English Village, the peaceful ponds and beautiful grounds of The Marketplace will quickly rejuvenate you.

 

 

Marine Stadium


Marine Stadium is a popular stretch of water near Alamitos Bay that is just right for waterskiing! Sip a cold one as you await your turn along Marine Stadiums pristine sand beach. The 1993 Olympic Rowing competition and 1968 Olympic Rowing trials were held here. Throughout the year   outstanding events like the California Outboard Motor Racing Association races, rowing regattas, ski slaloms and water ski club activities are regularly held here and can all be viewed from lovely Mothers Beach.

Belmont Pier


Do you like to fish? Bring your bait and set out your chair on the Belmont Pier. You can fish here for free ” no license required (as long as you stay on the pier)! Built in 1966, the current concrete pier is 1,620 feet long and replaced a 50 year old wooden pier. When youve caught your limit, lay out a towel and enjoy the sandy beaches surrounding the pier. Whether you want to fish, sail, snorkel, or just sit¦Belmont Shore and Pier is the place!

Naples Boat Parade


Dont miss the Naples Boat Parade held the second Saturday of each December. Youll see gaily decorated sailboats, yachts and gondolas as they glide through the canals. Do you own a seaworthy vessel? Trim your boat and head for the water. You might win a prize! About 60,000 people attend this popular and fun event.

Romantic Gondola Cruise


A visit to Naples isnt complete until youve taken a gondola cruise through its mile of canals. A gondolier dressed in stripes and wearing an Italian cap will be your guide! Your hour long adventure includes a basket of French bread, cheese and salami. Bring your sweetheart or pack up the family¦some gondolas seat up to 14 passengers. And dont forget: its customary to kiss your partner under each bridge. Youll glide under five arched passageways as you sail through the Naples canals.

Belmont Heights


This primarily residential area sits in the south-east section of Long Beach and borders the ocean and the more commercial community of Belmont Shore. For the bigger homes and quieter neighborhoods, residents of Belmont Shore often move to Belmont Heights after they have children.

As a resident of the Heights, you´re conveniently located within walking distance of local businesses and entertainment. Built primarily between the turn of the century and the 1930s, this neighborhood is comprised of Mediterranean, Spanish and Craftsman Bungalow style homes with some Victorian homes remaining.

A few hotspots dot Belmont Heights including restaurants such as Cafe Piccolo, E.J. Malloys, Coco Renos and Lashers; a great coffee house called The Library; and the boutique shops Babcock & Cooke and Iguana. Rub elbows with the famous, or almost famous, when you dine at Christy´s, an upscale restaurant owned by Christy Bono, daughter of Sonny Bono. When you wake up hungry, visit The Potholder for a world-famous breakfast.

Bluff Heights


Located along the ocean bluffs, this community consists of large, stately, single-family and multi-family homes constructed between 1903 and 1949. Bluff Heights boasts a wide range of interesting restaurants including Cafe Piccolo, The Original Park Pantry, Porch Café and The Two Umbrellas Café. You´ll also find unique boutique shops and coffee joints such as The Library and Hot Java.

If you´re looking for retro clothing or an unusual gift, don´t miss Long Beach´s famed ‘Funky District’. Just north of Bluff Heights, this area is worth the trip for shoppers tired of chain stores and malls. Need a caffeine fix? Dive into Portfolio the local hang-out and coffee house. 

 

Bluff Park


Long Beach California Real Estate Bluff Park is a small, upscale neighborhood in Long Beach. If you enjoy turn-of-the-century estate homes, you´ll appreciate the areas variety of architecturally interesting homes including Green & Green, Mediterranean and Spanish Revival, to name a few.

On one stretch of the bluff that runs along much of the beach in Long Beach, there is the narrow Bluff Park from which the neighborhood gets its name.

The Long Beach Museum of Art built in 1912 calls the Bluff Park community home. Located on a bluff-top overlooking the Pacific Ocean, the Museum not only has world-class art exhibits, but also a magnificent view.

 

 

 

Alamitos Beach - Long Beach California Real EstateAlamitos Beach

 


The Alamitos Beach community was planned by John W. Bixby after the Rancho Los Alamitos was acquired by he and his cousins who where partners in the Bixby Land Company. When describing the area in 1988, Mr. Bixby said, ‘Alamitos Beach is not Long Beachs rival but her Crowning Jewel.’ It was the intention of Mr. Bixby and the original residences that Alamitos Beach would be a separate city. It remained as a separate townsite until annexed by the City of Long Beach on November 30, 1909.

Ocean Boulevard is the Jewel of the Area now as it was in 1988 with its high rise deluxe condominiums, magnificent homes, and access to the beach.

Considered by many as Long Beach´s most diverse neighborhood, the desirability of Alamitos Beach continues to grow. It is within walking distance of Downtown Long Beach and is conveniently close to freeways, without the feeling of being near the traffic. But more importantly it remains affordable. You can still purchase a $250,000 condo, or if you prefer, a multi-million dollar condo with endless ocean views.

 

This very residential area is dotted with funky quaint shops and restaurants. Experience a genuine old-fashioned diner when you eat at the Park Pantry. Ready to enjoy the area´s perfect weather? Visit Bixby Park located on Cherry Avenue and named after the founder of Alamitos Beach. This 12 acre urban park has a playground, mobile skate park, community center and volleyball courts.

Come Home to the Beach Communities of Long Beach


Want to be near the water wherever you go? Close to outstanding shopping, entertainment and more¦without giving up the convenience of being close to a large city? Youll like it here!

Want to Know More?

Are you buying or selling Belmont Shore or Naples Long Beach California Real Estate? I can help you find your luxury dream home. Call Laurie Manny today at (562) 212-5420.

 

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Long Beach California Beach Communities – Area Information
Posted on March 1, 2008 by Laurie Manny
Feb
25


Buyers Specialist Position Available

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Position Available – Buyers Specialist

 

Buyers SpecialistSeeking experienced, warm and congenial addition to our rapidly growing Long Beach Real Estate team of professionals. 

 

The perfect candidate is a highly experienced, professional Long Beach Realtor/Buyers Specialist, seeking a steady stream of buyers to assist. 


Keen knowledge of contracts, sharp negotiating skills and a client first attitude mandatory. 5 or more years experience preferred.

 

If you have considerable experience and thrive working in a highly energized environment, call Laurie today to discuss the possibilities. 

 

 

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Posted on February 25, 2008 by Laurie Manny
Feb
15


Real Estate Reality Shows

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Miami Shores Home

Real Estate Reality Shows

Just about everybody has watched HGTV’s real estate reality shows at one time or another.  Ever wonder just how real, or how current, those reality shows are?  Maybe I am just a bit calloused being in the real estate business, but when I watch them I often have to laugh; they sometimes just seem soooooo UN-real!

 A Realtor® friend of mine Ines Hegedus-Garcia in Miami Shores Florida wrote an enlightening article HGTV in Miami Shores – Real or Fiction over at Miamism.com about the reality behind one of the homes in Miami Shores which was featured on the “My House is Worth What” show.  While watching the show Ines and her husband Rick recognized the featured home as one they had shown back in 2006, two years prior. 

The Real Estate expert on the show suggested a price of $840,000; the Realtor actually listed the home at $949,000 in January of 2006, Rick & Inesyep $109,000 more than suggested on the show.  The home (purchased 3 years earlier for $430,000) actually sold, after 6 price reductions, in January of 2007, over a year later, for $735,000.  Yeah, that’s a far cry from $949,000, but still a tidy profit.  This is a great example of a seller overpricing and  “chasing the market down”. Had the seller priced the home more realistically, earlier in the listing, they likely would have netted more from the sale. 

Ines was kind enough to post the property history which details the price reductions during the course of the listing:

 

MLS Property History for HGTV House


The reality TV shows don’t always depict actual reality.  It is always a wise move to consult with your local Realtor® when you are in the market for a new home

 

 

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Posted on February 15, 2008 by Laurie Manny
Feb
10


Romance in Long Beach – Valentines Day

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Romance is in the Air in Long Beach!

 

Love is in the air Valentines Day seems to turn everyone into a Romantic. Here in Long Beach there are many men that are in a complete panic over February 14th. To make their lives a little easier here are Ten Romantic Things to do in Long Beach CA this Valentines Day with your Long Beach Sweetheart!

 


1. Go the traditional route. Take your Long Beach Sweetheart out to dinner. Long Beach is full of wonderful restaurants to select from:

 

  1. Parkers Lighthouse will provide you first class surroundings and award winning cuisine 435 Shoreline Village Drive Long Beach CA 90802
  2. Romantic Northern Italian try Christys Ristorante – 3937 E. Broadway Long Beach CA 90803 (866) 919-5774
  3. Your Long Beach Sweetheart is a little more exegetic? Try Café Piccolo 3222 E. Broadway Long Beach CA 90803 (562) 438-1316
  4. In the mood for a great Steak? Then off you go to Kellys Restaurant – 5716 East 2nd Street Long Beach (562) 433-4983
  5. Talk about Love, How about taking your Long Beach Sweetheart to The Queen of Long Beach CA? The Queen Mary has several dining options for you to select from. 1126 Queens Highway Long Beach CA 90802 (562) 435-3511
  6. Hugs and KissesDo the two of you enjoy Jazz? Try this little romantic spot Nicos Restaurant 5760 E. 2nd Street Long Beach CA 90803 (562) 434-4479
  7. Perhaps a more contemporary American cuisine is what your desire? Then try The Madison 102 Pine Avenue Long Beach CA 90802
  8. Want a great view of Long Beach; try The Reef on the Water. 880 Harbor Scenic Drive Long Beach CA 90802 (562) 435-8013
  9. Elegant seven course meal how about Delius Restaurant – 3550 Long Beach Blvd. Long Beach CA 90807 (562) 426-0604
  10. Your Long Beach sweetheart loves wine, try LOpera Ristorante with an extensive wine list that is sure to please. 101 Pine Avenue Long Beach CA 90802 (562) 491-0066
  11. The ultimate romantic evening-dining and dancing at the top of the Breakers at The Skyroom; 40 South Locust Avenue; Long Beach, Ca 90802; 562-983-2703 – Like stepping back in time¦
  12. Or my personal favorite in Downtown Long BeachLaTraviata; 301 Cedar Avenue; Long Beach, CA 90802 562-432-6222

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2. On a budget? Romance is not about how much you spend, but the time you spend together. How about taking your Sweetheart to the Aquarium of the Pacific and spend the day together walking hand in hand and enjoying the Aquarium and the sense of wonder¦ Go on a Whale Watch or take advantage of the Valentines Day Dinner.


3. Free to spend a little more money and want to wow your Long Beach Sweetheart? Instead of staying in a hotel, how about renting a yacht for an incredibly romantic evening in Rainbow Harbor with magnificent views of the Queen Mary and Downtown Long Beach skyline.

4. Money no object this Valentines Day? You want to purchase the truly unique and one of a kind Long Beach Valentine Gift? How about purchasing your Long Beach Sweetheart a romantic Historic Bed and Breakfast? The Historic Victorian Bed and Breakfast is For Sale in Downtown Long Beach California – 90802.

5. Diamond RingOk, so you were thinking a little more along the lines jewelry instead of Real Estate. Understandable, but dont forget me when it is time to buy or sell Real Estate in Long Beach California! Here are a few Long Beach Jewelry Stores you might just find the perfect trinket for your Long Beach Sweetheart:

  1. Mood Swings Jewelry 455 E. Ocean Boulevard Long Beach CA 90802 (562) 437-6250
  2. Every girls heart skips a beat when they get a little blue box from Tiffany & Co. 10250 Santa Monica Blvd. Los Angeles CA 90067 (310) 557-0840
  3. Dave Schneider Fine Jewelry 245 The Promenade Long Beach CA (562) 437-0448.
  4. LA Ventanilla Jewelry Shop 351 E. 7th Street Long Beach CA (562) 495-8370

Naples Island Romantic Gondola Ride6. Take a little trip over to Naples IslandRomantic Gondola Cruise on the Naples Canals, sunset? and take your Long Beach Sweetheart on a

7. Take your Long Beach Sweetheart to the Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden and Koi Pond and enjoy the spectacular gardens.

8. Flowers are always a good touch and are always a good bet. Here are a few Florists in the area that would be able to create that bouquet to remember:

  1. Devynns Garden (562) 594-0104 (My Favorite – Gorgeous flowers & arrangements.
  2. Piccolo Flowers 9800) 638-7797
  3. Conroys Flowers (562) 421-9401
  4. Vons (562) 984-1421
  5. A Beautiful California Florist (562) 437-4106
  6. Passion Flower (562) 437-3706
  7. Allens Flower Market (562) 981-9499
  8. Flowers by Vickie (562) 437-0525

9. Chocolate is always a hit! Something sweet for your sweetheart, here are a few places that you can always get great candy from in Long Beach:

  1. Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory – Shoreline Village 419 Shoreline Village Drive. Long Beach CA 90802 (562) 436-5901
  2. Sees Candies – 2129 Bellflower Blvd. Long Beach CA 90815 (562) 597-5189
  3. Bodega Chocolates 17290 Newhope Street Fountain Valley CA 92708 (714) 432-1537
  4. The Candy Baron – 419 Shoreline Village Drive Long Beach CA 90802 (562) 435-5661

Chocolate Heart10. Want to give your Long Beach Sweetheart a unique gift, something different, perhaps one of these stores will give you inspiration for that great gift!

  1. Blue Windows has a selection of interesting gift ideas. 5276 E. 2nd Street Long Beach CA 90803 (562) 434-7195.
  2. Loving life on the racy side? The Rubbertree; 5018 East 2nd Street
    Long Beach, CA 90802; Telephone: (562) 434-0027
  3. Hot Stuff has a selection of Adult gifts, they are located at 2121 E. Broadway Long Beach CA 90803 (562) 433-0692
  4. Once Upon a Story is a bookstore with lots of interesting books and is located at 3740 E. 4th Street Long Beach CA 90814 (562) 433-6856. Ok a childrens bookstore but think hard, remember your sweetheart telling you about a favorite childhood book.
  5. How about purchasing a subscription to the Long Beach Opera and enjoy giving the gift and 4 wonderful evenings with your Sweetheart? Opera too much for you or your Long Beach Sweetheart? How about purchasing tickets to the Long Beach Symphony Orchestra instead.
  6. The Museum store at the Long Beach Museum of Art might just have that unique gift you are seeking for your sweetheart. They are located at 2300 E. Ocean Blvd Long Beach CA 90803 (562) 439-2119


Have a very Happy Valentines Day!

 

Happy Valentines Day

 

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Posted on February 10, 2008 by Laurie Manny
Feb
8


Tornado Disaster Assistance-Will You Help?

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TornadoResidents across Tennessee, Kentucky, Mississippi, Alabama and Arkansas are still reeling after America’s deadliest tornado toll in 20 years.

 

Death Toll:

  • 33 in Tennessee
  • 13 in Arkansas
  • 7 in Kentucky
  • 5 Alabama

 

  • Over 150 injured
  • Many still unaccounted for
  • Countless homes destroyed
  • Business’s gone

 

 

This is a nightmare of epic proportions.  We can all help by donating something to the American Red Cross.

 

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Donate Here

 

A disaster can happen anywhere to anyone.

Wouldn’t you hope that others will help?

Please Help

 

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Posted on February 8, 2008 by Laurie Manny

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