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Jun 15, 2016  
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The winds and rain damaged the facility roof, ruining the building's structure in client rooms, the kitchen and more.(Rose Mary Nabors, Staff) [Click to enlarge] SIKESTON -- High winds during a storm early this week now have the volunteer-based Mission Missouri asking for community support. Due to damage to the Sikeston facility caused by Monday's storms, the organization now faces a $5,000 insurance deductible, according to Mission Missouri Executive Director Jane Pfefferkorn. At 10 p.m. Monday, clients residing at the facility located at 509 Ruth St., said they were awoken by a loud noise and a flash of light, Pfefferkorn said. The rain followed about an hour later, she said. The winds and rain damaged the facility roof, ruining the building's structure in client rooms, the kitchen and more. A section of the tin roof above the client rooms was rolled into a cylinder. Ceiling tiles, drywall and even food storage sustained water damage. Volunteers and staff use small appliances when preparing meals for the 20 residents. For the complete story, see the weekend edition of the Standard Democrat.

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