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God's Pit Crew Building Two New Homes in Oklahoma

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God's Pit Crew continues to do tremendous work for those in need. The group's current focus is on building two new homes in Moore, Okla.

The non-profit responded in May after the tornado touched down, leveling thousands of homes.

God's Pit Crew founder Randy Johnson says before his crew even left Moore on their first trip, he knew they would be back.

Volunteers will turn two empty lots into brand new homes.

"This is something that will change somebody's life forever from now own and what was a terrible tragedy in these two families' lives now may become the best blessing that they've ever had," Johnson said.

Right now, two companies committed $100,000 to the project if God's Pit Crew can match it.

Johnson says they've got $80,000 to go, but the non-profit is so confident donations will come, they've already picked one recipient: a single mother of three.

If you would like to donate financially to the house builds, log on to www.godspitcrew.org.

Johnson says they're also looking for skilled workers to help build the homes.

They are planning to hold a Fall Fund Fest on Sept. 7 from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Owen Farm at 1668 Silver Creek Road, Danville.

There will be live music, hay rides, a corn maze, kids talent show, food, pony rides, inflatables, and much more. For more information go to www.owenfarmtours.com or call 434-685-4123.

One hundred percent of the proceeds will go to God's Pit Crew

The group is also looking for music talent, vendors, volunteers, sponsors, and more.