NORFOLK – A Northeast Nebraska relief organization is helping a city more than 1,000 miles away.
The Orphan Grain Train of Norfolk is lending its mobile worship chapel to aid in relief efforts in Panama City, Florida.
The chapel, built after a tornado hit the town of Pilger in 2014, helps people in communities that have been devastated by natural disasters.
The chapel was requested by a community where a local church was destroyed by Hurricane Michael in early October.
It’s meant to provide a place for people to gather and worship if their community is in need of one.