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Metcalfe CJE Greg Wilson announces more storm victim aid

Team Rubicon and Christian Aid Ministries are coming
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By Emory Kidd, Metcalfe County Emergency Manager

Metcalfe County Judge Executive, Greg Wilson, is pleased to announce that working with volunteer organizations additional debris and cleanup assistance will be offered by the Team Rubicon and Christian Aid Ministries. This assistance is completely free of charge to all residences affected by the April 5, 2017 storm that went through Barren, Green, and Metcalfe Counties.

Team Rubicon and other volunteer organizations bring the following expertise to assist storm victims.

If you had storm damage and wish to get assistance with debris, please contact the North Metcalfe Volunteer FireDepartment (Metcalfe / Area EOC) at 270-565-4181between the hours or 9am to 5pmCT or come by to request the assistance 498 Center Peggyville Road, Center, KY. - EMORY KIDD, Director, Metcalfe County Emergency Management. Emory Kidd

This story was posted on 2017-04-13 08:52:16
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