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Group continues to help South GA storm victims

The group plans to continue giving (Source:WALB) The group plans to continue giving (Source:WALB)
Storm victims can call for information (Source:WALB) Storm victims can call for information (Source:WALB)
Rebekah Riddle, minister (Source:WALB) Rebekah Riddle, minister (Source:WALB)
ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

A group giving storm victims a hand has made a promise to help them year-round.

More than a month after tornadoes ripped through South Georgia, Soldiers for Christ Ministry is still distributing supplies daily. 

Members said they are still seeing a need for things like food, water and clothes and are beginning to focus on giving out furniture. 

Minister Rebekah Riddle said she's enjoyed helping those in-need.

"It's exciting, fun and enjoyable because we get to meet new friends as well," Riddle said. 

You can contact the Soldiers for Christ Ministry at 229-603-0365. 

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