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Relief efforts organizing in Adair for Western KY

Columbia United Methodist Church members Bob Barnes and Bryan Cook will join volunteers heading in Western Kentucky to help tornado victims. They plan to leave after work Monday and welcome anyone who would like to make the trip.

They will coordinate the exact location in the Mayfield, KY area with the faith based helping organization, Eight Days of Hope, with Debbie and Doug White of Cane Valley.

Anyone who would like to send donations by them, please make the check out to Eight Days of Hope. Call or text 270-250-4073 for more details.




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Leaving with donations and gear to help in Mayfield



2021-12-13 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com.
Bob Barnes and Bryan Cook - feeling called to serve - left Columbia Monday afternoon heading to Western Kentucky to help tornado victims. They coordinated their location in the Mayfield, KY area with the faith based helping organization, Eight Days of Hope, with Debbie and Doug White of Cane Valley. To send donations, please make the check out to Eight Days of Hope. Call or text 270-250-4073 for more details.

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