Volunteers bring chainsaws and wheelbarrows

Posted by Spalding Hurst

December 26, 2021

Santa Claus brings toys and cheer. Jesus brings love and salvation. The Sisters of Charity of Nazareth bring chainsaws and wheelbarrows.

Through the late hours of Friday, Dec. 10, and into early Saturday morning, tornadoes ripped through Western Kentucky leaving destruction in wide swaths across the region.

As the first rays of the sun shed light on the mass devastation, Sister of Charity of Nazareth Luke Boiarski, director of the SCN Disaster Relief team, began receiving calls from volunteers.

“We put the word out and had fantastic response,” Sister Boiarski said.

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