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Alabama woman uses website to help tornado workers

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (AP) - A Huntsville woman has created a website to help volunteers assist those affected by the April 27 tornadoes.

Alice Brown has set up a website,, to provide information about volunteer efforts in areas hit by the tornadoes. People can also ask for help on the site.

Brown owns Open Door Design, a web and graphic design business she runs from her home office. She set up the website after volunteering and deciding that more communication was needed.

The Rev. Kerry Holder Joffrion from the Interfaith Mission Service has been feeding information to Brown. She's also had people calling to ask where they can volunteer.

Information from: The Huntsville Times,

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