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After the fire: Volunteers help Gatlinburg find hope

Christian Science Monitor Monday, 26 June 2017
In this time of hand-wringing over a divided country and boiling civic hostilities, the volunteers living on church cots and in campers in a fire-ravaged mountain town seem an affirmation of spirit.
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buffaloredcross Our volunteers are getting ready to head out to Royal Ave in #Buffalo to help five adults and four children after a Friday afternoon fire. 6 days ago

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