AmeriCorps St. Louis teamed up with Home Depot to help families in Bull Creek, near Branson, clean up and repair properties that sustained significant damage during the flooding.
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Documents replaced by MO Department of Agriculture
Darrell Pratte, Missouri Department of Agriculture, delivered over 1,400 survey records to Pauline Peterman, Carter County Recorder, to replace documents destroyed in the flood. Some documents date back to the 1880s and preserve the county’s property line development. Surveys establish land corners, which are dependable references for identifying property boundaries.
A Public Health Nurse from the St. Louis County Health Department Administers a Tetanus Vaccine.
A public health nurse from the St. Louis County Health Department administers a tetanus vaccine. Following the flooding, the Department of Health and Senior Services coordinated the distribution of more than 2,200 doses of tetanus vaccine to flood-affected areas.
Multi Agency Resource Center in Arnold, MO.
The last of 15 MARCs was open Thursday from 11 a.m.-7 p.m. in Arnold (Jefferson County). During the past 11 days, a total of 15 MARCs served more than 1,100 Missouri families impacted by flooding. In the immediate aftermath of a disaster, MARCs provide crucial assistance to survivors as they take their first steps toward recovery.
Southeast Missouri Chapter of the American Red Cross celebrated 100 years of serving the people of southeast Missouri
On Tuesday afternoon, the Southeast Missouri Chapter of the American Red Cross celebrated 100 years of serving the people of southeast Missouri, including during the recovery from events like this year's historic flooding.
A house near Licking, in Texas County was knocked off its elevated concrete stilts by flooding from the Big Piney River
A house near Licking, in Texas County was knocked off its elevated concrete stilts by flooding from the Big Piney River, possibly after being hit by a runaway double-wide mobile home.
Georgia Baptist Convention volunteer helps with clean up and recovery efforts
A Georgia Baptist Convention volunteer helps with clean up and recovery efforts in Carter County, Mo. On Thursday, May 11.