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Old 06-05-2013, 03:57 AM   #1
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Any irv2 member victim of these storms

I always want to know if there is even the slightest need out there from victims of mother natures wrath, to hear a word of support, or even more, from a community such as this(irv2). I read so many kind words from folks, there are many caring irv2 people.

Caring, leaders to sharing, leads to who knows. That's how great kindness begins.

So I hope, those who may have suffered, you are receiving support.
And...thanks to those who serve us and them.
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Old 06-05-2013, 06:40 AM   #2
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My home was damaged by the tarnado in St.Charles mo. but not bad enough that we can't live in it. We have the roof tarped and the downed trees cleared and now we are waiting for the insurance adjusters.The worst part is the sealing in the house. It rained all night after the storm hit so that means it rained in the house. There have been a lot of people helping with the cleanup like people from surounding communitys,church groups and the county is picking up a lot of the debrie. Something like this realey bring a neighborhood together. Every one in our area ie OK but the area just south of us got hit a lot harder so lets have some prayers for them.
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Old 06-05-2013, 07:05 AM   #3
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Keep well, is potential moisture effect,mold an issue. Take care, and you know Samaritans purse and habitat care a banners may be out your way to help...check them out.
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