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Oklahoma Baptists Surpass 10,000 Meals Prepared for Disaster Relief; Continue to Clear Debris

Disaster Relief volunteers with the Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma (BGCO) continue to serve storm victims in Oklahoma.

According to Dave Karr, an official with the BGCO disaster relief, as of Tuesday, May 12, more than 10,000 meals have been prepared by Oklahoma Baptist disaster relief workers in the wake of the May 6 storms. 

On Monday alone, they prepared 2,350 meals and also completed six chain saw debris clean up jobs, as well as six more mud-out jobs for storm victims. 

For more about the BGCO disaster relief, or to make a tax-deductible donation, visit www.okdisasterhelp.org.

Dennis Troyer with Oklahoma Baptist disaster relief unit works on cutting up a fallen tree in the Bridge Creek area. (Photo: David Crowell)

Dennis Troyer with Oklahoma Baptist disaster relief unit works on cutting up a fallen tree in the Bridge Creek area. (Photo: David Crowell)

Oklahoma Baptist disaster relief volunteers serve meals on May 7-8 to victims and volunteer workers, at Snow Hill Baptist Church near Tuttle. (Photo: David Crowell)

Oklahoma Baptist disaster relief volunteers serve meals on May 7-8 to victims and volunteer workers, at Snow Hill Baptist Church near Tuttle. (Photo: David Crowell)

Debris removal team leader Deyrl Kastner (In blue hard hat) outlines plans for removing debris from a property in the Bridge Creek area. (Photo: David Crowell)

Debris removal team leader Deyrl Kastner (In blue hard hat) outlines plans for removing debris from a property in the Bridge Creek area. (Photo: David Crowell)

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