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CRESCENT HEIGHTS DEVELOPERS CONTINUE RELIEF EFFORTS VIA CONVOY FROM MIAMI BEACH TO AID HOMESTEAD RESIDENTS DEVASTATED BY ANDREW

 CRESCENT HEIGHTS DEVELOPERS CONTINUE RELIEF EFFORTS VIA CONVOY
 FROM MIAMI BEACH TO AID HOMESTEAD RESIDENTS DEVASTATED BY ANDREW
 MIAMI, Sept. 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Crescent Heights Investments, developers of the Alexander Condominiums, the Castle Beach Club, the Amethyst and the Decoplage (100 Lincoln) on Miami Beach, continue in their relief efforts to help bring food, supplies and now fundamental medical supplies to victims of Hurricane Andrew. Crescent Heights has been working directly with Captain Lijoi of the U.S. Coast Guard to send food and supplies to hurricane victims, and will continue their relief efforts via convoy.
 Crescent Heights received $50,000 worth of essential medical supplies, donated by The Miami Heart Institute, South Shore Hospital and Cheryl Good, at their drop-off point, The Castle Beach Club. Coast Guard helicopters immediately airlifted the medical provisions, which included much-needed insulin, to a M.A.S.H. unit near Florida City and the most devastated areas near the Cutler Ridge Mall.
 With the assistance of Gov. Lawton Chiles, Capital Bank, Republic National Bank, and the U.S. Coast Guard, Crescent Heights began coordinating the use of Coast Guard helicopters, as well as privately owned helicopters courtesy of Phillip Shelnut, Active Helicopter Service, last Wednesday to send over 100,000 sandwiches and other supplies continuously from Watson Island.
 Those interested in contributing to this ongoing effort may do so by donating food and supplies (i.e., roofing, tar, building equipment, brooms, brushes, blankets, sleeping bags, bug spray, and canned food, etc.) to the Castle Beach Club, 5445 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 24 hours a day.
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 /CONTACT: Noemi C. Ricalo, Beatriz Junco or Terri Lynn of IAC Advertising, 305-856-7474, for Crescent Heights Investments/ CO: Crescent Heights Investments ST: Florida IN: SU:


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