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A camellia bush blooms in the yard of a Broad Creek resident Saturday as if announcing the approach of winter. (Cheryl Burke photo)

N.C. Gov. Roy Cooper, right, talks with Theresa and William Burkhardt of Gloucester about damage to their home Tuesday during a visit to their house to thank United Methodist disaster relief teams working on their house. The governor also visited Carteret Community College. (Cheryl Burke photo)

Tony Craig demonstrates how to draw a famous mouse Wednesday at the Down East Library.

Shown Thursday is some of the damage at the Outer Banks Wildlife Shelter on Highway 24 in Newport. Volunteers and supplies are needed to aid in the cleanup effort. Go by the wildlife shelter 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. any day to donate or help. (Cheryl Burke photo)

Even without power, Ace Marine Supply Company in Morehead City puts out an open sign to help residents get desperately needed supplies such as buckets, chainsaws and other necessities on Monday. (Cheryl Burke photo)

The Bridgeview Service Center near the Atlantic Beach high-rise bridge in Morehead City shows the devastating effects Monday of Hurricane Florence. (Cheryl Burke photo)

Nathan Lewis of Morehead City loads up on gas Monday at Speedway in Morehead City in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence, which has left County residents scrambling for gas. (Cheryl Burke photo)

Vehicles wait in line for gas Monday on Bridges Street in Morehead City as storm debris from Hurricane Florence is piled along a curb. (Cheryl Burke photo)

Chatham Street in Newport is flooded by the Newport River Sunday from heavy rains from Hurricane Florence. (Cheryl Burke photo)

The steeple of Parkview Baptist Church in Morehead City sits on the ground Sunday after being blown off during Hurricane Florence. (Cheryl Burke photo)

A Salvation Army worker directs crowds receiving a free meal Sunday from a mobile canteen at the Morehead City Police Department. They will serve later Sunday at King’s Terrace, Pelican Point and Crystal Coast Apartments in Morehead City.( Cheryl Burke photo)

Susan Bradcher of Newport waits out Hurricane Florence Saturday at the emergency shelter at Newport Middle School. (Cheryl Burke photo)

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