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MIDDLESBORO, Ky. (AP) - An charity that lost most of its facilities in flood waters six months ago has started to rebuild - and even plans for improvements.
The Salvation Army in Middlesboro lost its chapel, offices and classrooms to water damage when the area flooded in June. Now, six months later, the organization is in the midst of a rebuilding phase.
Captain Adrian Twinney of the Salvation Army told the Middlesboro Daily News that the organization wants to include a commercial soup kitchen in the remodeled facility, but that proposal depends on how well the kettle bell ringing project goes (http://bit.ly/tLdx5V).