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story.lead_photo.caption Julie Smith/News Tribune The United Way of Central Missouri initiated a procession of vehicles representing numerous agencies; social service, law enforcement, mental health and more that began at the United Way office on Alameda Drive and passed by nearly two dozen facilities and areas that were either hard hit by the tornado or provided services for recovery. The procession concluded at a construction site of a new Habitat for Humanity home in the 400 block of E. Ashley Street.

The "Restoring Hope Care-A-Van" contained a variety of people who have been instrumental in helping Jefferson City recover — not only from the tornado that struck the city May 22, 2019, but also during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Gallery: PHOTO GALLERY: 'Care-A-Van' marks tornado anniversary
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