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Updated: 09/06/2017 08:30:00AM

Polk groups helping Harvey victims

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PHOTO BY CHARLES A. BAKER III

Lake Wales Memorial Post 71 members Shelly Mosteller, left, and Kathryn Gates-Skipper sort through donations to victims of Hurricane Harvey Wednesday afternoon.

PHOTO BY CHARLES A. BAKER III

An American Legion member's Marine hat and some American flags mark the spot where donations for victims of Hurricane Harvey sat before delivery Wednesday.

PHOTO BY CHARLES A. BAKER III

Lake Wales Memorial Post 71 members Shelly Mosteller, left, and Kathryn Gates-Skipper sort through donations to victims of Hurricane Harvey Wednesday afternoon.

PHOTO BY CHARLES A. BAKER III

An American Legion member's Marine hat and some American flags mark the spot where donations for victims of Hurricane Harvey sat before delivery Wednesday.

PHOTO PROVIDED WITH PERMISSION FROM SOCIAL MEDIA

Paul Stansell and his group are ready to help the Harvey victims.

By CHARLES A. BAKER III

cbaker@scmginc.com

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LAKE WALES – When they left Winter Haven for Alvin, Texas on Aug. 30, Hurricane Harvey had already deluged their final destination for four days straight, dumping more than 22 inches of rain.

Now that the rain has cleared from the strongest hurricane to hit the United States in more than a decade, ABA Disaster Relief Ministry Director Paul Stansell, his son Elijah and ministry teen team leader Ethan Witt have prepared themselves to help residents of Alvin return to normalcy.

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