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Pine Flat Community Needs Our Help

The location of the Pine Flat Methodist Church is marked by the “A”

Our neighbors to the north in the Pine Flat community in Lafayette County need help getting back to normal after this week’s devastating tornado.

Pastor Gene Bramlett of the Pine Flat United Methodist Church said Friday that they could use all the help they can get for the clean up and recovery effort.

If you want to be of service, the church at CR 422 is being used as the staging area for volunteers. If you are not familiar with the area, you might want to check out this map. Bramlett said that signs were down in the area which is about a mile and a half south of the Hwy 7 and Hwy 9 split. He added that he hoped to prop up the road sign for the church so it could be seen.

His phone number is (662) 832-6616.

Yalobusha volunteers were on the scene just after the storm winds subsided, according to Bramlett. He said that the disaster team from the Yalobusha Baptist Association was already at work cutting trees Wednesday afternoon and hadn’t let up.

More in the next issue of the Herald.

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