WNCC Disaster Response helps Woodchuckers keep Western NC warm this winter
Tuesday, October 27, 2020
WNCC Disaster Response and the Mission Response Center delivered two log splitters to the Hinton Rural Life Center to assist with their firewood ministry, the Woodchuckers.
EducationNC shares the story of the Woodchuckers, a group of volunteers who meet weekly to chop wood for their neighbors. Hinton Rural Life Center and the Woodchuckers work to combat winter's cold and ease the burden of electrical bills of Clay County residents by providing warmth through firewood. Read how these volunteers are "improving quality of life in Clay County" here.
*The Conference Communications team wants to share the stories of hope and creativity that are unfolding in United Methodist churches across Western NC. Please email your ministry story to WNCC Communications Director, Melissa McGill, at email@example.com.
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