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[The Best of 2018] Hurricane causes damage

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Having barely recovered from the devastation caused by Hurricane Matthew in 2016, BCH once again sustained major damage.

Hurricane Florence displaced children from Kennedy Home in Kinston, Odum Home in Pembroke, Cameron Boys Camp, and Camp Duncan.

Kennedy Home was hardest hit as 19 of its 23 buildings were impacted.

McNeill Home at Indian Beach also sustained damage and trees toppled at Mills Home in Thomasville hitting two buildings. Recovery efforts, including the help of skilled volunteers, are ongoing.

You can help immediately by giving to BCH's Hurricane Relief Fund. Visit www.bchfamily.org/givenow and choose "Hurricane Relief" to make a donation.

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