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Oregon Humane Society Volunteers, Staffers Head For Tennessee To Help In Ida's Aftermath

(Portland, OR)  --  Volunteers and staff members from the Oregon Humane Society are in Tennessee to help with aftermath of the damage from Hurricane Ida this past week.  The team of six staff members and volunteers left Portland International Airport yesterday morning.  They're lending a hand to the ASPCA at its emergency shelter in Tennessee.  Hurricane Ida was one of the strongest hurricanes to make landfall in the United States and one of the costliest.  Damages across several states are expected to exceed 50-billion-dollars. 

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