Alabama DR teams arrive in New Orleans area, already assessing downed trees, other damage

The cleanup and recovery disaster relief team out of Calhoun Baptist Association has made it to the New Orleans area and has been assessing homes with downed trees this afternoon, reported John Thomas, associate director of missions for Calhoun Association and team leader for this group.

Also working in the area is a disaster relief team out of Cleburne Baptist Association and a heavy equipment team out of Tallassee.

Seven chaplains are traveling with the teams.

Disaster relief volunteers from Alabama’s Calhoun Baptist Association assess damage to homes in the community around New Orleans Seminary.

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2 Responses to Alabama DR teams arrive in New Orleans area, already assessing downed trees, other damage

  1. Clarence D. Clark (DON) says:

    My name is Don Clark and I am a member of the Alabama Disaster team. I am a member at Alberta Baptist in Tuscaloosa. Who could I contact about a few people going to Louisiana to help out?

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