Suffolk lifeguard awarded for helping the Red Cross help others

A Suffolk lifeguard was awarded today after diving in to help raise money to help the Red Cross provide relief for those affected by fires

AMITYVILLE - A Suffolk lifeguard was awarded today after diving in to help raise money to help the Red Cross provide relief for those affected by fires and natural disasters.

Celia Earl, 15, has raised over $4,000 over the past four years by walking from business to business to help get donations.

Earl says that she was inspired to help after seeing natural disasters like Hurricane Katrina while she was getting her lifeguard certification.

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