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Helping the folks in Louisiana ...

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Hello all. As most are surely aware, Louisiana has been hit by serious flooding issues. Many have died and many more left homeless. The relief effort is on-going. Anyway, I thought we might "compare notes" on how we can help our brothers and sisters in the Pelican State.


Personally, I will do so via the Mennonite Disaster Service. We might through Samaritan's Purse too as they are actively helping out down there.


How about? Thanks for sharing. :)

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