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One victim of last week's wind and rain was the historic Drennon Christian Church.
One corner of the church's roof was peeled back in the storm.
Despite the damage, the church did not cancel its Sunday services.
Workers draped a tarp across the hole that tore into the church's aluminum roof. The storm caused more than $17,000 in damages to insulation, rafters and dry walling, according to initial estimates from Homes Plus Construction, the contractor handling repairs.
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