GRAYSON COUNTY, Tex. -- Residents recovering from this summer's floods are getting a little extra help. The Christian Reformed World Relief Committee is in town this week providing much needed assistance.
The Grayson Disaster Relief Committee began taking calls last week from residents reporting damage.
Now workers from the CRWRC are here and want to see the damage and figure out how they can help repair it.
A walk-in center is now open at 117 Sunset Street in Sherman, where a 14-person team is meeting with anyone who still needs help recovering from damage.
The relief workers will be here for the rest of the week. You can go by the center or call 903-267-5373 if you have any questions.
They are helping anyone in Grayson County who needs assistance from the flooding in June.
Relief volunteers say you do not need any paperwork to come in.
We spoke to volunteers today, who love helping those in need.
"We just really find it a great joy to come and help. We go home and feel we are blessed probably more than the person we have talked to."
The center will be open Wednesday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and will stay open until 8 p.m. on Thursday.
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