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Two church groups volunteering in Hannibal

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HANNIBAL, Mo. -- Two church-related groups are volunteering in Hannibal to help in storm cleanup, said John Hark, Marion County Emergency Management Director.

The Missouri Baptist Disaster Relief and Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are working with the city in cutting up brush and trees from citizens yards and moving it to the curb to be hauled away by the city. This is at no cost to the property owner.

If this service is needed, call either the Missouri Baptist Disaster Relief at (573) 298-6262 or the Church of Latter-day Saints at (309) 255-1736.

 

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