The Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry (ODAFF) focused efforts on assisting the Fox family of Moore to retrieve displaced cattle yesterday afternoon. ODAFF Investigative Services Chief Agent, Jerry Flowers, was notified that the cattle were spread throughout the area.
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The Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry (ODAFF) continues to work through the weekend to assist animals and owners impacted by the tornadoes. Large and small animals were impacted by the storm and location of animals as well as re-unification with owners is ongoing.
Transportation to Sunday Prayer Service Offered to Residents of Communities Impacted by Recent Storm
In yet another demonstration of the “Oklahoma Standard,” volunteers have made great efforts to help transport those impacted by the recent storms to Sunday’s prayer service at First Baptist Church in Moore.
A prayer service entitled, “Oklahoma Strong: Coming Together in Faith,” will be held Sunday, May 26, for the victims of the May tornadoes in Oklahoma. It will be a music and worship service designed to promote healing for the Oklahoma community.
OSU-Oklahoma City will host the Farmers Market Disaster Supply Drive from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, May 25 at the Horticulture Pavilion located at 400 N. Portland Ave. Proceeds from the drive will benefit victims from the recent tornadoes that swept through the state.
Veterans Service Representatives from the Oklahoma Department of Veterans Affairs continue their work with Disabled America Veterans to provide assistance to veterans who were affected by Monday’s tornado.
With the outpouring of support for the tornadoes that struck central Oklahoma earlier this week, the City of Moore is coordinating a call center to help assist with all persons interested in helping with tornado relief efforts.
This Saturday, May 25, the Oklahoma City-County Health Department (OCCHD) and Blue Cross/Blue Shield Caring Van will provide tetanus vaccinations from the mobile immunization van in the Oklahoma City neighborhoods recently impacted by the tornadoes.
State Health Department Provides Update on Injury Prevention, Tetanus Shots, Vital Records Retrieval
As persons in counties affected by this past week’s storms prepare to begin a weekend of retrieval and clean up from the storms, the Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) provides the following health and safety recommendations and health department service updates.