What's the Nicest Thing Someone Did for You During Sandy?

If there are people who went out of their way for you before, after or during the hurricane, then tell us about them.

The holiday season is here, so it's a good time to take notice of the kind things we do for one another.

With Hurricane Sandy having occurred a month ago, we were thinking about all of the ways that neighbors have been helping neighbors, both near and far.

There were heroes right here in Huntington, from businesses opening their doors and donating food and numerous organizations and individuals assisting others.

Do you have a story to share about something kind someone did for you? For your relatives?

For your friend? You don't necessarily have to use names - though we encourage you to recognize that special person. They deserve it, right?

Share your stories in the comments section, below.

d December 06, 2012 at 07:08 PM
Absolutly must thank my neighbors for helping tarp my house, and for being there in my hysterics. R and B for letting me use the only land line in LI so I can get in touch with my insurance company, and for the help of getting me a contractor. k & J for those goody bags and coffee in which was on my door step every morning for 13 days. Microsoft store for opening up and setting up a charging station, they gave us warmth and a touch of reality while we were there. Its amazing how everyone comes together in the time of need. I am truly blessed.
leslie December 07, 2012 at 12:23 PM
Huntington Public Library came through with flying colors. They set up a table with snacks and coffee in the lobby for those of us who spent days there keeping warm. The staff was so helpful and kind. I cannot thank them enough for the being there for us.


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