Volunteers put lives, homes back together after Katrina

Dale Kimball (center) checks in with Nicholas Eldred (left) and Jerry Rouse on the progress of repairs to a home damaged by Hurricane Katrina in Slidell, La. The Epworth Project, which hosts volunteers from across the country, has a full slate of recovery projects underway 10 years after Hurricane Katrina. Kimball is executive director and Eldred is on staff at the Epworth Project. Rouse is helping lead a youth teach from Wichita Falls (Texas) First United Methodist Church. Photo by Mike DuBose, UMNS.
Dale Kimball (center) checks in with Nicholas Eldred (left) and Jerry Rouse on the progress of repairs to a home damaged by Hurricane Katrina in Slidell, La. The Epworth Project, which hosts volunteers from across the country, has a full slate of recovery projects underway 10 years after Hurricane Katrina. Kimball is executive director and Eldred is on staff at the Epworth Project. Rouse is helping lead a youth teach from Wichita Falls (Texas) First United Methodist Church. Photo by Mike DuBose, UMNS.

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