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Local Volunteers Helping Clean-up Minot [AUDIO]

Joe Erickson

MINOT, NORTH DAKOTA – It’s been a little over a year since the big flood in Minot, North Dakota and residents there are still cleaning-up.

This week a group of 33 people — from three churches — in Central Minnesota are in Minot to help with the recovery.

Joe Erickson says there’s still widespread damage.

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Erickson is from Bethlehem Lutheran Church in St. Cloud.  The group is made-up of mostly teenagers and their adult chaperones.

The Souris River recorded a hundred-year flood on June 25th of last year, forcing the evacuation of 11,000 Minot residents.

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