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    Marion Wing, left, and co-director Amy Rouse inside a room filled with salvaged clothes at the Community Clothes Closet at the Centenary United Methodist Church in Skowhegan on Wednesday. Water from a burst heating system pipe flooded the organization causing extensive damage on Jan. 7. Rouse believes damages could total $100,000.

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    The church organ sustained serious damage after water from a burst heating system pipe caused extensive damage to the Community Clothes Closet at the Centenary United Methodist Church in Skowhegan on Jan. 7.

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    Amy Rouse, left, and co-director Marion Wing of the Community Clothes Closet at the Centenary United Methodist Church in Skowhegan on Wednesday discuss the extensive damage to floors, walls, counters and cabinets and loss of clothes after water from a burst heating system pipe flooded the church and Closet area on Jan. 7. Rouse said the organization had to throw away $10,000 worth of clothing and building repairs and clothing replacement costs could reach $100,000.

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    Amy Rouse, co-director of the Community Clothes Closet at the Centenary United Methodist Church in Skowhegan, on Wednesday hangs clothes that were saved after water from a burst heating system pipe flooded the church and Closet area causing extensive damage on Jan. 7. Rouse said $10,000 worth of clothing was thrown away and building repairs and clothing replacement costs could reach $100,000.

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    The sign on the Community Clothes Closet at the Centenary United Methodist Church in Skowhegan on Wednesday informs people not to leave donations after the basement was flooded on Jan. 7, causing extensive damage to the building and clothing supplies. Church officials are hoping to make repairs soon.

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