WASHINGTON COUNTY, Md. - Volunteers in Hagerstown are shoveling their way around the neighborhood.
"We try to help each other out, when one's available. We step up and do it for each other so it's nice," said Pamela Ward, a resident.
When snow blankets the town, it may look nice until residents hit the sidewalks wondering how deep they'll have to dig to find the pavement. Fortunately Hagerstown's snow angel program connects residents in need with volunteer snow angels to dig out after a snowfall.
"So we work with the residents that call in and we try to match them with volunteers that can help them," said Karen Griffin with the City of Hagerstown.
While volunteers continue to help out as snow angels, officials with Hagerstown say they still need more angels to call in.
"Our goal is to get more volunteers. The more we have in the bank, the more we can help people when they are in need," said Griffin.
While it might take some endurance in order to brave the cold, these savvy snow angels say they don't mind.
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