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Volunteers help rebuild flood-damaged Tennessee church

Timothy Webb of Danville, Va., paints around the baptistery at the Shacklett Church of Christ. (Photo by Tim Adkins, The Ashland City (Tenn.) Times)

The Ashland City Times in Tennessee reports:

SHACKLETT — God’s Pit Crew rolled into South Cheatham County last week to help rebuild Shacklett Church of Christ, which was severely damaged by last month’s flooding.
Twenty-eight volunteers from the non-profit crisis response team based in Danville, Va., spent five days restoring the church on Highway 70 in the Shacklett community.
Volunteers assisted with the plumbing, electrical work, flooring and painting, among other things.
“Words can’t describe how thankful we are. It’s God’s blessing,” said longtime church member Dean Stovall, who helped construct the original building in 1951.

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