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Melody Brent

Assistant Shelter Manager

Nassau Community College

HQ Phone:  (516) 572-7501

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Nassau Community College

1 Education Drive

Garden City, New York,11530

United States

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Nassau Community College, part of the State University of New York, is an institution where nearly 22,000 full- and part-time students and approximately 10,000 continuing and professional students start and continue their successful journey through higher educ...more

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www.mountvernonnews.com

"It was a blizzard," said Melody Brent of Apple Valley, working as a Red Cross volunteer in the storm-ravaged area.
"It was a white-out and traffic was moving only 10 miles an hour," she said. For a while, she said, they thought they might not be able to leave at the end of their 12-hour shift and that the replacement shift wouldn't make it in, but they were able to get back to the staff shelter. However, the staff took the situation in stride. "You do what you have to do," she said. Brent is now assistant shelter manager at the shelter at Nassau Community College. The shelter is set up to house 800 to 1,100 refugees on a temporary basis, but during the storm they were alerted that they might need to house more. She said they checked their supplies and equipment and determined they could house up to 400 more, if necessary.


www.mountvernonnews.com

Cathy and Bob Lynch returned late last Thursday from a 15-day tour of duty and Melody Brent of Apple Valley returned Sunday night after 20 days on Long Island.
They didn't start out at the same location, but the Lynches wound up working in the same shelter at Nassau Community College where Brent was serving as assistant manager. The shelter housed about 800 people on two floors and the Lynches spent their days serving breakfast, cleaning up, sterilizing everything, then serving lunch and cleaning up all over again, getting ready for the next shift to serve dinner. The population has dropped since the Lynches left. Brent said she talked to the supervisor Tuesday and it was down to 329. Nothing special was planned yet for Thanksgiving, although they were still trying to get donations. Most of those who remain, she said, are people who were already homeless before the storm, and some with mental health issues. "FEMA, Health and Human Services, local Social Services and Red Cross Client Services have been doing a bang-up job (of getting people into housing)," Brent said. "I am proud to have been part of the effort." Brent said the experience was rewarding for her, especially when she witnessed people being reunited with family members. Sometimes, she said, people would vent their anger and frustration at her, but they would almost always come back later and apologize. She especially loved the drawings from children at the shelter, expressing their thanks for the workers' help. She brought back several to share.


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