"We're coming to the people so people don't have to come to us," said Reardon. "You should see us out and about more in Saratoga."
Reardon said that the chapter also hopes to build a core of volunteers in various townships to work more productively during disaster response.
"A lot of our larger disasters and fires occur in Saratoga County. If we get another windstorm or ice storm like last year, people in Clifton Park, for example, could immediately help instead of bringing volunteers from Glens Falls or Saratoga," said Reardon. "People from Burnt Hills know people from Burnt Hills and people from Saratoga Springs know people from Saratoga Springs, so it works."
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