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WE are praying for everyone in the strom affected area.

hope and pray that everyone is safe. God bless.

The Mach family in Zimmerman.

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Drove through the area on the way to work last night and there was quite a bit of damage. I got to see just how bad it was this morning on the way home. Its crazy how one house could be completely distroyed and the one next to it not even look like it was touched.

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There is a post in the Southcentral forum for people who need help with cleanup and also if you can offer a hand.

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Powerstroke how do you get to the southcentral forum I was planning on being down at the campgrounds over the laborday weekend (if its still open) and myself and family would volentier some time to help those affected by the strom.

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Go out to the main forum list here, about 12 below this one is the southcentral forum.

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THANKS JOLLYT

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