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How Colorado business, nonprofits are aiding Hurricane Irma relief; here's a look at the aftermath (Photos)

bizjournals Wednesday, 13 September 2017
A rash of Colorado businesses and nonprofits are donating money, planning events and providing support to assist with Hurricane Irma relief efforts. Hurricane Irma developed on Aug. 30 and moved towards the Caribbean islands and Florida throughout the following week. It wreaked havoc as a Category Five storm on the islands of Barbuda, Saint Martin, Anguilla, the Virgin Islands and Saint Martin before hitting Florida Sept. 9 and 10, where it carved out a more than 400-mile path of destruction, especially…
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Occurred on September 14, 2017 / Boynton Beach, Florida, USA Info from Licensor: "Experience of Hurricane Irma in Boynton Beach, FL during the worst of its outer bands with wind gusts at hurricane force and the aftermath across Boynton Beach and Delray Beach."

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