, Muskogee, OK


December 11, 2012

Slice of Life 12.11.12

Middletown, N.J., Mayor Anthony P. Fiore and the Middletown Township Committee presented the Oklahoma Baptist Disaster Relief team and the Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma with a proclamation Nov. 19 honoring the team’s service to the area following Hurricane Sandy. Fiore, (second from left), presents Dave Karr, on-site coordinator with the team, with a key to the city. Kitchen leader David Johnson, (far left), and Doris Perryman, incident command administrator, attended the presentation. The proclamation states, “Thank you for bringing warm smiles, hot meals, and enduring friendships at a time when we needed it most.”

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