Calhoun's OES/911 Director says, "We have not given up," getting Calhoun declared a disaster area eligible for personal property disaster relief.

"We are asking if you received damage from the Derecho Storm on June 29th, please contact FEMA at 1-800-621-3372, even if you have previously reported your damage. Please do so again," Wood said.

"I have been notified that FEMA is still assessing damage,the more damage reported the better our chances to help those in need."

"Calhoun County Office Emergency services would like to thank all the businesses that made our dinner recognizing those who helped during the storm a success," Wood said.

Businesses donated food, money and gifts: Calhoun County Bank, Foodland, Walmart, Family Dollar, Dollar General, Minnich's Florist, Master's Bouquet, Classic Creations, Chappies Deli.

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