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CALLAWAY, Fla. — Alfred Holley, originally from Holmes county, had been residing in Callaway for 10 years when Hurricane Michael left his home unlivable.
Since the storm, Holley had been living in what looked like a makeshift tent fashioned out of blue tarps and what was left of his former home, behind a heap of debris.
On Tuesday morning, a travel camper arrived for Holley, the last of three campers donated by PanhandleRelief.org for Callaway residents living in substandard conditions due to the hurricane.
The campers are part of a massive relief project taken on by PanhandleRelief.org, a hurricane relief organization created by OneWater Marine Holdings adjuncts Legendary Marine and Sunrise Marine. A
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