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According to FEMA records, around 350 people in Calhoun County had registered for aid as of Saturday. Since last week, FEMA has had teams of workers in the city, going door-to-door to register people. Also, FEMA has scheduled an event from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the First Baptist Church of Jacksonville to help people register and answer questions. “Folks, if you have damage, then you need to register ... you never know if you might be eligible for help,” Porreca said. “Everybody knows about FEMA, but if they haven’t had any experience dealing with this, then they can be a little bit slow in registering.” Porreca said some JSU students could also be eligible and should register. “FEMA grants cover loss of personal property, like if you lost all of your clothes,” he said.
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