Omaha College Students to Help with Flood Cleanup

By: Associated Press
By: Associated Press

Hundreds of University of Nebraska at Omaha students will use their fall break later this month to help clean up the flood-damaged Salvation Army Camp Eppley in Bellevue.

The students will also renovate and repair other community facilities and low-income housing as part of UNO's annual Three Days of Service project.

The UNO students will combine efforts with high school students from Omaha and Council Bluffs, Iowa.

The students will begin the work Saturday and continue through Tuesday on numerous renovation and beautification projects.

Camp Eppley suffered extensive damage from the Missouri River flooding this summer.


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