Bruce Ferraro, usher, left, stands near the open door as Sandy Burton, center, and husband Rich, right, both drop off donated water and other items given by the residents of Palm City, Florida. A Mass held for about 30 people on Sunday, Sept. 17, 2017, at San Pablo Catholic Church on Marathon Key brings residents together to pray and help each other as the community recovers from Hurricane Irma. The church is also serving as a donation drop-off site for food, water and other basic necessities.
Bruce Ferraro, usher, left, stands near the open door as Sandy Burton, center, and husband Rich, right, both drop off donated water and other items given by the residents of Palm City, Florida. A Mass held for about 30 people on Sunday, Sept. 17, 2017, at San Pablo Catholic Church on Marathon Key brings residents together to pray and help each other as the community recovers from Hurricane Irma. The church is also serving as a donation drop-off site for food, water and other basic necessities. Carl Juste cjuste@miamiherald.com
Bruce Ferraro, usher, left, stands near the open door as Sandy Burton, center, and husband Rich, right, both drop off donated water and other items given by the residents of Palm City, Florida. A Mass held for about 30 people on Sunday, Sept. 17, 2017, at San Pablo Catholic Church on Marathon Key brings residents together to pray and help each other as the community recovers from Hurricane Irma. The church is also serving as a donation drop-off site for food, water and other basic necessities. Carl Juste cjuste@miamiherald.com

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