Shed Build Volunteer Project for Moore, Oklahoma Tornado

Several of us from Ram Restoration enjoyed helping out at SouthBrook Christian Church on Saturday to build storage sheds for the people affected by the tornado disaster in Moore, OK.  Thanks to everyone who came out to support this effort! See some of our project photos on Facebook here.

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Volunteers hammer for Moore, Okla.
by Kelley King
MIAMISBURG, Ohio (WDTN) – SouthBrook Christian Church partnered with CrossRoads Missions and International Disaster Emergency Services (IDES) to build storage shelters for Moore, Oklahoma Saturday.About 200 people rolled up their sleeves and pounded nails into two-by-fours to put together walls for storage sheds.

The walls for the shelters were then sent to the areas ravaged by the May tornado to provide needed storage for recovered goods. A semi truck with the materials rolled out Saturday afternoon ready to deliver the walls to Oklahoma.

The wood-structured well-built storage sheds will allow families devastated by the effects of the storm to store their goods safely on their property and not incur storage costs.

The walls will arrive in Oklahoma for assembly on Sunday.

Published : Saturday, 03 Aug 2013, 6:35 PM EDT