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Help Wheated Recover from Sandy

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David Sheridan in front of his home backyard pizza oven. [Photograph: Adam Kuban]

Last week we mentioned that Wheated, the David Sheridan project slated to open in Ditmas Park in early 2013, suffered $30,000 worth of losses due to flooding from Sandy. Slice'rs responded with encouraging words and Paulie Gee even set up a donation effort at his restaurant, offering a free Regina to go for anyone that donated $25. Since then, David and his wife Kim have set up a donation drive, which you can access here. There are many different levels of giving from $25-$1000 which yield credits that can be redeemed once Wheated's doors are open. Most donations will also get your name etched on or by the ovens that you will be helping to replace. Sounds like a win win!

About the author: Meredith Smith is the Slice editor. You can follow her on Twitter: @mertsmith.

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