Helpers Moved Furniture Destined for Kentucky

Norfolk’s Our Savior Lutheran 8th grade confirmation class and one high school senior, under the leadership of Myron Koi, were asked after Wednesday night Lenten Service to help move furniture out of a house in Norfolk, NE. Six young men (and one of their mothers) answered the call. The furniture was loaded onto an Orphan Grain Train box truck and will all be trucked to Wingo, Kentucky. A new trailer park has been established for families that have been living in temporary housing since the tri-state tornadoes mid-December. OGT is also sending a semi-truck load of furniture to fill the new homes. Thank you volunteers for loading the much needed furniture!

Categories: Disaster Relief, Domestic Aid

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