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Methodist Congregation Rebuilds After Devastating Blaze / Crisfield Embraces Wind Power


The congregation of the Adams United Methodist Church in Whitesville, Va. is picking up the pieces after the church's sanctuary was destroyed in a January fire.  That fire, unlike so many others in Accomack County, was not an arson, though the effects were no less devastating.  The 135-year-old church lost much of its history, including old records, furniture, and stained glass windows.  Bryan Russo visits the site with the church's pastor, Rev. Carl Perez.  Then, we'll switch gears and focus on Crisfield, Md., which is still working to recover from Super Storm Sandy.  The community just won state approval for a new wind turbine, and we'll talk with city inspector Noah Bradshaw about how the electricity generated by that turbine will be used.

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