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More Help Needed as Flood Damage Still Huge Issue

October 30, 2015 - Posted in Palmetto Scene

The Timberlane area, off of South Beltline, in Columbia was one of the hardest hit during the recent floods. This community, which resides next to Gills Creek, recently moved over 2 million pounds of flood debris from 3 streets in less than 3 weeks: Timberlane, Glenhaven & Tall Pines.  Help is still needed to rebuild this community, as the residents deal with the physical and emotional trauma of this catastrophic event. 

Donations of food, housewares, furniture and clothing are still being received from 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m., Monday-Sunday. (Clothing preferred to be sorted by size & gender but not required)

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