Category: Vermont Flooding
Providing Relief and Shining a Light: Vermont Flooding Update by Dan Bair, member of Covenant OPC, Barre and Vermont flood site coordinator It has been a good couple days here with brothers coming together to provide relief and shine some light into our neighbors lives. It seems that each job we go to has more work to be done than
This past Saturday Vermont flooding volunteer coordinator, Craig Comstock and others from Covenant OPC, Barre, VT spent the day helping a neighbor in Williamstown, VT. They were able to cut out soggy drywall, carpeting, molding, sprayed enzymes to prevent mold and hauled all the debris away. Efforts to connect with other neighbors are underway. Please continue to pray for this
Deacon Craig Comstock has graciously agreed to serve as the volunteer coordinator for Covenant OPC, Barre, VT outreach to their community following the catastrophic and unprecedented rainfall and subsequent flooding on July 12, 2023. Although there was no known damage to Covenant OPC in Barre, VT or to any member homes, there is tremendous damage to the region around them.
Update on Vermont Flooding Aerial Photo c/o Dan Bair, member of Covenant OPC, Barre, VT On Friday, July 14, a group (VDOC) Vermont Disaster Oversight Committee, met via Zoom to discuss the response needs after catastrophic flood waters submerged parts of Vermont. Pastor Carl Durham, elder Mike Breen, deacon Craig Comstock and member Dan Bair of Covenant OPC, Barre, VT
Catastrophic Flooding Strikes Barre, VT A UH-72 Lakota Helicopter assigned to the 1t Battalion, 224th Aviation Battalion, Vermont National Guard, flies over the Capital of Vermont in Montpellier, Vermont, July 11, 2023. This units mission was to survey heavy rain damage and report if there were stranded people that needed rescuing due to the recent storm that caused flooding throughout