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Twenty youth from around the region are volunteering to help refurbish homes in the Longs area this week. This is the first year that Trinity United Methodist Church in North Myrtle Beach has hosted a Salkehatchie Summer Service camp where the young workers are replacing windows, building wheelchair accessible decks, and repairing the roofs of two homes in the Wampee Community. James Lee jlee@thesunnews.com
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