SBTC DR helps New Mexico Baptist camp

Barbara Dunn of Levelland does chainsaw work in Cloudcroft. Facebook Photo

CLOUDCROFT—Monte Furrh and a chainsaw team based in Bonham left Aug. 22 to assist the Sivells Baptist Retreat and Conference Center in Cloudcroft, New Mex., following a flooding from heavy rainfall which inundated the grounds and left debris and downed trees. SBTC DR Director Scottie Stice said he was contacted by Baptist Convention of New Mexico DR to supply a team to relieve their recovery efforts and help the camp prepare for a September event.

“We are glad to assist New Mexico DR. We appreciate the help they always quickly send us,” Stice told the TEXAN, adding the team is expected to be there about a week.

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