Part 2: The Outer Banks

As promised, here is the second half of my time in the Outer Banks, NC as our team did Irene clean up.

I stumbled across SERVPRO of Richland working hard.

The Red Cross teamed up with N.C. Baptist Men to prepare three meals a day for victims of the hurricane. I found them in after lunch as they were preparing for the dinner rush.


Check out all that the American Red Cross supplied for this to be possible!

Signs asking for FEMA’s help could be found.

“Open Monday I hope.”

It wasn’t uncommon to see signs written to hurricane Irene hanging from people’s homes.To see all of the photos, please visit our facebook.

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Sandy Hayden

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