State and federal officials say they are still assessing the damage and have not determined a monetary loss.
A team from the Carter County assessor’s office will be out Monday calculating losses and making adjustments to property tax rolls, said Eric Dellinger, assessor’s deputy.
So far, 135 people have applied for financial assistance through the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
Volunteers have trickled in from across the United States, said Teri Beane, Assembly of God outreach minister. Some are staying in hotels in Ardmore and the surrounding area, but many are camping around Lake Murray.
Beane said the tornado’s 18-mile path remains a scene of devastation, and volunteers will focus on debris cleanup and clearing areas so temporary housing can be moved in.