Local Church Helping With Hurricane Harvey Relief Effort

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It’s a race to beat bacteria and mold after flooding, especially the kind left behind by Hurricane Harvey. 

That’s where Polk Street United Methodist Church found a way to help. 
They put together flood buckets for the relief efforts down south. 
These kits include items like bleach, trash bags, sponges, and latex gloves. 
The team left today to meet up with members of Jones Memorial United Methodist Church in Houston to distribute those buckets to people in need. 

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