Latter-day Saints Assist With Flooding Cleanup in Kentucky
Five semitruck loads of food and supplies from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are being distributed in eastern Kentucky following devastating floods. Latter-day Saint volunteers have also joined with local firefighters and members of the Kentucky National Guard to unload the trucks and begin the massive cleanup efforts following recent record rainfall.
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