(WICHITA, Kan.) — It's a beautiful Saturday--nothing like the weather a week ago that left much of the Oaklawn neighborhood looking like a war zone.
"Some of these places are pretty bad," resident Robert Clotfelter says.
Many residents are physically and financially unable to clean up the debris on their own. Churches have brought in help, including members of a Caldwell youth group.
"It's been hard," 16-year-old Sam Futhey says. "Just been shoveling insulation."
Meanwhile others are coming on their own, knowing their help is needed.
"It takes a long time, but we're making progress," Phil Jost says.
The United Way is organizing the volunteers and says more are needed.
"We continue to have residents come in that have tree damage, debris, trying to get their yards cleaned up and get the damage to the streets for pickup," United Way's Mark Stump says. "But we're really lacking the manpower and support to get that done."