Mission Joplin: Volunteers Of Hope

JOPLIN, Mo. (CBSDFW.COM) – On the afternoon of May 22, an EF-5 tornado ripped through the city of Joplin, Missouri, killing over 150 people.

Just over a month later, volunteers from churches across North Texas gathered together to help with cleanup efforts and to spread a message of hope in the devastation.

CBS 11 News at 6 producer Stewart McKenzie was part of the group that traveled to Missouri.  He and others documented their trip.  Here is a look back at his daily reports from the damage:

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  1. Kara Williams says:

    Awesome story, Thank you Stewart McKenzie. Thanks for coming with us and working as hard as we did. Thanks for recognizing the work we did. Great job. Again than you.

  2. Ken says:

    Thanks for keeping this in the news! I went with a group in June and we too were changed. Seeing it in person is overwhelming! I think of the people of Joplin almost daily.

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