Saint James UMC (Newport) has now opened up to house Hurricane Florence recovery workteams. A youth workteam from Michigan gives us a look at the facilities.
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Nicole McGuinness of Morehead City tells her story of having a serious medical issue at the same time Hurricane Florence damages her home.
About 30 volunteers from from Eastern Kentucky University and Northern Kentucky University came to Swansboro during their Spring Break to assist North Carolinians with recovery from Hurricane Florence. https://www.jdnews.com/news/20190313/college-students-from-kentucky-aid-in-florence-repairs https://www.witn.com/content/news/–Volunteers-continue-to-help-military-community-recover-from-Hurricane-Florence-507172871.html
North Carolina Conference Disaster Ministries teams are moving into the rebuilding stage for Carteret and Craven County residents, including Ruthie May Pinckney. Thanks to WCTI 12 for this story.
Almost three weeks after Hurricane Florence came into North Carolina, persons still displaced has being sheltered at Harbor UMC in Wilmington.
Jenny White, reporter for The Rocky Mount Telegram writes about the cleaning kit assembly at First UMC: Rocky Mount. http://www.rockymounttelegram.com/News/2018/09/27/Congregation-works-to-aid-flood-victims.html