Volunteers return to Mayfield

Posted by Kacie Emmerson

May 26, 2022

Volunteers have traveled once more to Mayfield, Kentucky to assist families that were affected by the Dec. 10 tornadoes. Over the past three days, the volunteers have replaced a side porch and ceiling panels, cleaned debris, and installed vinyl siding for various families. Our Volunteer Program has collaborated with Catholic Charities of Owensboro in connecting us with affected families. The volunteers are staying at St. Jerome Youth House in Fancy Farm. Sister Therese Arru and Sister Louise Smith are preparing meals for the team, says Sister Luke Boiarski, director of the Lay Mission Volunteer Program.

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  1. Elizabeth Field

    Thank you, and what encouragement and light at the end of this long tunnel you’re providing! So proud of the work you’re doing!

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