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    The old home on New Road in Conway was claimed by the October floods. Now Archie Simmons waits for the work to be done so he, his mother and sister can come back home. Simmons received money from grants, donations and FEMA. The home, which was built in 1919, has been flatten. In the debris taken the landfill was a board from the back of a closet Simmon’s father had carved his name. The family lost all the replaceable items - furniture, clothes, knick knacks and dishes. But Simmons said the worst loss was photographs. There was one with his parents and siblings that was framed on the wall. Just the top half of his father is recognizable in the image. His father died 17 months ago. Since the beginning of February, volunteers from around the country are close to finishing the home.

The old home on New Road in Conway was claimed by the October floods. Now Archie Simmons waits for the work to be done so he, his mother and sister can come back home. Simmons received money from grants, donations and FEMA. The home, which was built in 1919, has been flatten. In the debris taken the landfill was a board from the back of a closet Simmon’s father had carved his name. The family lost all the replaceable items - furniture, clothes, knick knacks and dishes. But Simmons said the worst loss was photographs. There was one with his parents and siblings that was framed on the wall. Just the top half of his father is recognizable in the image. His father died 17 months ago. Since the beginning of February, volunteers from around the country are close to finishing the home. Janet Blackmon Morgan jblackmon@thesunnews.com
The old home on New Road in Conway was claimed by the October floods. Now Archie Simmons waits for the work to be done so he, his mother and sister can come back home. Simmons received money from grants, donations and FEMA. The home, which was built in 1919, has been flatten. In the debris taken the landfill was a board from the back of a closet Simmon’s father had carved his name. The family lost all the replaceable items - furniture, clothes, knick knacks and dishes. But Simmons said the worst loss was photographs. There was one with his parents and siblings that was framed on the wall. Just the top half of his father is recognizable in the image. His father died 17 months ago. Since the beginning of February, volunteers from around the country are close to finishing the home. Janet Blackmon Morgan jblackmon@thesunnews.com

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