Alabama Baptists help with cleanup efforts after Hurricane Florence

Disaster Relief (DR) volunteers from multiple states including Alabama have been deployed to the Carolinas to assist in cleanup efforts following the localized flooding and storm damage wrought by Hurricane Florence.

Alabama Baptist Disaster Relief strategist Mark Wakefield said DR volunteers from several Alabama Baptist associations began arriving in North Carolina on Sept. 17. Many faced road closures and downed trees as they traveled. The teams are staging at Southview Baptist Church, Hope Mills, North Carolina.

An Alabama Baptist feeding unit and a shower/laundry unit were in place as of Sept. 21, and several units were doing mudout and chainsaw work in the Fayetteville, North Carolina, area. Assessors were working to identify needs. (continued…)

Read more from The Alabama Baptist newspaper – http://www.thealabamabaptist.org/alabama-baptists-help-with-cleanup-efforts-after-hurricane-florence/

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