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WARMing homes after the holiday season
Volunteers work together to make homes warm, safe for those in need
Richard Hagins, Shannon West, Bobby Inabinet, Tommy Branham (homeowner), Andrew Pope, and Jack Rushing complete winterizing a home in Lugoff during the Weatherization And Repair Ministry (WARM) last year.
The main goal of the Weatherization And Repair Ministry (WARM) is to make the homes of those in need warmer and safer after the holiday season. WARM was formed when the youth group at Lyttleton Street United Methodist Church expressed an interest in helping those in the community who were affected by Hurricane Hugo. Sara and Richard Hagins, both youth group leaders at the time, agreed to help organize a home repair project to take place after New Years in 1989.