Byline: The Register-Guard Families helped after Springfield fire SPRINGFIELD - American Red Cross volunteers provided help Wednesday night to two families after a duplex fire in the 400 block of 35th Street in Springfield.
What does ARCV stand for?
ARCV stands for American Red Cross Volunteer
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The state had been devastated recently by tornadoes, which prompted an immediate rehabilitation effort by American Red Cross volunteers from all parts of the country.
1959 Margot Doukas, an American Red Cross volunteer "Grey Lady," takes a shopping order from Lance Cpl.
Both American Red Cross volunteers, they have responded to dozens of national disasters involving fatalities.
a Manhattan-based clinical psychologist who worked near the disaster site as n American Red Cross volunteer, met groups of firemen from Cleveland, Canada, and elsewhere who had come to help.