Dozens of more volunteers from North Carolina's churches are on standby to help in Katrina's disaster zone. But, none are quite as well prepared as the guys and gals in the yellow hats, with the North Carolina Baptist Men’s Disaster Recovery teams. Trailers loaded with everything from cleanup supplies to carpentry tools are just waiting for the word to head to their latest hurricane scene. These men from Jacksonville area churches have made more than 30 trips after disasters, to not only patch up homes and churches, but to start rebuilding lives too. Those crews will most likely head to Mississippi's Gulf Coast region, if they are not needed here in the North Carolina mountains should Katrina's floods or tornadoes do damage closer to home.
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