From the LDS Newsline Web site comes this report of Latter-day Saints in the Pacific Northwest coming to the aid of more than 10,000 victims of flooding in Lewis County, Wash. According to the article, "Church leaders put out a call for volunteers last Thursday to take part in the Mormon Helping Hands project — a designation used for relief efforts worldwide. More than 3,000 people — with some coming from as far as Seattle and Vancouver, Wash. — spent Friday and Saturday in Centralia and Chehalis neighborhoods delivering cleaning kits and offering cleanup assistance to anyone who needed it." To read the entire story from the LDS Newsline Web site please click here.