Cudahy-St. Francis Interfaith is accepting requests for snow shoveling help this winter from residents 60 and older. Funding has been provided by the city of Cudahy to hire student shovelers, and Cudahy residents can have their public sidewalks shoveled for free (private sidewalks and driveways are not included, but seniors can pay the students to have them done). St. Francis residents who are able to pay may call Interfaith to see if a student is available for hire; those who can't may ask for a volunteer if one is available.
Seniors are asked to call Interfaith at 483-4474 as soon as possible to be placed on the help list. Anyone wishing to volunteer to remove snow for low-income seniors are also encouraged to call. Seniors should be aware that students are not allowed to use snow blowers and have 24 hours from the end of a snowfall to remove snow from their public walks.
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