FEMA Community Relations reaches out to disaster survivors in New Jersey

Main Content
Lambertville, N.J., September 15, 2011 -- FEMA Community Relations Specialists Annabelle Townson (left), Bill Praust (second from left) and Patricia Selby (center) talk to disaster survivor Georgette Chalker (right) as they pass out FEMA fliers "door-to-door" in Lambertville after much of the city was flooded due to the effects of Hurricane Irene. FEMA Community Relations outreach is an important component of FEMA's response and recovery initiative following a disaster. Photo by Christopher Mardorf /  FEMA.
Lambertville, N.J., September 15, 2011 -- FEMA Community Relations Specialists Annabelle Townson (left), Bill Praust (second from left) and Patricia Selby (center) talk to disaster survivor Georgette Chalker (right) as they pass out FEMA fliers "door-to-door" in Lambertville after much of the city was flooded due to the effects of Hurricane Irene. FEMA Community Relations outreach is an important component of FEMA's response and recovery initiative following a disaster. Photo by Christopher Mardorf / FEMA. - Location: Lambertville, NJ
Back to Top