Teamwork For Tornado Relief

Four weeks after an E4 tornado tore through several communities in Southern Indiana, teamwork is still a key factor for clean-up and rebuilding. For families affected by the tornado and storm damage, the real work is just beginning. After initially seeking shelter with relatives or friends, families are now settling […]

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Tornado Relief – Two Weeks Later

Two weeks after a deadly storm system ripped through Southern Indiana, The Salvation Army continues its relief efforts to serve survivors in Henryville, Marysville, New Pekin, and Ripley County.  In Marysville, the Army’s feeding services were still going strong as they prepared meals for volunteer groups who were helping survivors […]

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Four-Legged Friends Comfort Survivors

On March 2, a tornado with an estimated category of F4 swept through Southern Indiana turning life upside down for thousands of families. Coming to the aid of their fellow Hoosiers, many organizations, businesses and individuals have given countless hours, finances and prayers to ease their burdens. Now, a less […]

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Week One: Tornado Relief In Indiana

One week after an F4 tornado ripped through several communities in Southern Indiana, the response has shifted from releif to recovery, clean-up, temporary housing and schools. Many organizations and companies have sent teams to aid in this process, which some predict will last from 12-24 months. Major John Turner, The […]

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