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Aid Delivered to Family Near Primrose Nebraska

Tracy Paulsen and sons, Coy and Kip (first photo) are busy cleaning up and repairing after the April 28, 2024 tornado went through their farm. The tornado took out several smaller buildings and fences. It also tore off the garage to the house along with roofing. Tracy’s father Ron from Pueblo, Colorado came to help for a few weeks. Pastor Wilke and his wife Judy (second photo on the left) drove to Primrose, NE to deliver a few items that were requested: extension cords, air compressor, laptop, wooden picnic table and a halogen stand-up work light. OGT continues to reach out to families devastated by tornadoes to see how we can lessen some of the burden. Please continue to pray for those in need.


Categories: Disaster Relief

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