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Monday, May 10, 2021

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Puerto Rican flags planted on the Plaza of the Americas in the shape of “PR” honored the victims of Hurricane Maria who died on the island on the anniversary of the hurricane. Unión de Estudiantes Puertorriqueños Activos, the Puerto Rican UF student group under the umbrella of Hispanic Student Association, collected books to send to a library and signed a poster offering words of hope to those still affected.

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Pilot Mark Creighton, of Port Aransas, Texas, loads nonperishable food onto a plane headed to Appalachia, Florida, for Operation Airdrop. His home flooded during Hurricane Harvey, and he’s helped other victims of hurricanes through Operation Airdrop since.

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Volunteers load a private plane from West Palm Beach with supplies for people in the Florida Panhandle. One organizer of the relief effort, Debbie Frederick, who is the Chief Operating Officer of University Aircenter, said the planes are the first to get to areas cut off because roads are impassable. “They’re the boots in the air,” she said.

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Pilot Mark Creighton, of Port Aransas, Texas, loads nonperishable food onto a plane headed to Appalachia, Florida, for Operation Airdrop. His home flooded during Hurricane Harvey, and he’s helped other victims of hurricanes through Operation Airdrop since.

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Pilot Mark Creighton, of Port Aransas, Texas, loads nonperishable food onto a plane headed to Appalachia, Florida, for Operation Airdrop. His home flooded during Hurricane Harvey, and he’s helped other victims of hurricanes through Operation Airdrop since.

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Puerto Rican flags planted on the Plaza of the Americas in the shape of “PR” honored the victims of Hurricane Maria who died on the island on the anniversary of the hurricane. Unión de Estudiantes Puertorriqueños Activos, the Puerto Rican UF student group under the umbrella of Hispanic Student Association, collected books to send to a library and signed a poster offering words of hope to those still affected.

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Puerto Rican flags planted on the Plaza of the Americas in the shape of “PR” honored the victims of Hurricane Maria who died on the island on the anniversary of the hurricane. Unión de Estudiantes Puertorriqueños Activos, the Puerto Rican UF student group under the umbrella of Hispanic Student Association, collected books to send to a library and signed a poster offering words of hope to those still affected.

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