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Sunday a work day after the flood

Ravaged village continues cleanup from Otsquago

Dick Kozlowski, a volunteer for the Red Cross, unloads an SUV full of supplies in Fort Plain after floods ravaged the area.
Photographer: Stacey Lauren-Kennedy
Dick Kozlowski, a volunteer for the Red Cross, unloads an SUV full of supplies in Fort Plain after floods ravaged the area.
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People filed into the Fort Plain Reformed Church on Canal Street Sunday morning, but instead of sitting reverently in the sanctuary, they signed a volunteer roster and then headed back out the door to help with the flood recovery effort. “We’re living the word today,” said the Rev. Nancy Ryan, who was busy fielding questions from people offering assistance and others in need of it. The basement of the massive brick church took on four ...

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