From The Carthage Press…

A group established in Carthage to help survivors of the May 22, 2011 Joplin tornado is reaching out to survivors of the Moore, Okla., community.

The National Disaster Photo Rescue is a non-profit organization committed to returning lost photographs and these memories to their owners.

The group, based in the First Baptist Church of Carthage, has decided immediately to help by retrieving photos from public right-of-ways. To read full article, click here:  Carthage sends help to Moore, Okla.

Carthage sends help to Moore, Okla.
Carthage Press
Thad Beeler, Carthage, with National Disaster Photo Rescue, said the organization is designed to assist communities by training the local community to properly retrieve,   

Source: NDPR  

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