Washington, Sheds, and Okra

Washington, Sheds, and Okra

Washington, Sheds, and Okra

Washington, Sheds, and Okra

Last week a great team from the state of Washington went from property to property in our area removing storm debris, cleaning construction scraps, moving building materials and a long list of other things. One majored project involved emptying and dismantling a shed. Right after the storm, a local family built a small shed on their property to live in until they received a FEMA camper, and then later a MEMA cottage. Long story short, five years later the family faced a steep fine from the city for the un permitted structure. Not only did the Washington team of volunteers empty the shed in short order, but also dismantled it and labeled the pieces for later assembly. Their hard work not only saved the family a considerable amount of money, but also provided them with strong encouragement in the name of Christ. The grateful family thanked the team with a large batch of okra from their garden. God bless Mississippi.

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