Donation Helps RoCo Flood Victims

A Tulsa area Good Samaritan gave a very kind donation in the form of gift cards to be used for helping flood victims. 

The Rogers County Long Term Recovery Group, along with state agencies and UMCOR (United Methodist Committee On Relief), are working to help roughly 300 families put their homes back together from the 2019 floods. They are currently in need of volunteers to help with sheetrocking. More volunteering needs will be coming as cases are evaluated and all resources have been combed through. 

Pictured: Ron Burrows, Rogers County Commissioner; Crystal Campbell, Co-chair of the RC Long-Term Recovery Group, Tim McHugh, Co-Chair of RCLTRG and First United Methodist. 

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