Some representatives of the UM Extension are looking for volunteers to provide several services they say will be vital to long-term recovery efforts following flooding and a tornado that struck the area earlier this year. The long-term recovery committee is being set up to continue to address the needs of area residents long after organizations like FEMA and the SBA are gone. They’re specifically looking for help in fields including behavioral health, construction project management, home repair, spiritual and emotional health, and more. Two informational meetings are planned for next week. The first will be held Monday at Memorial Baptist in Jefferson City. The second will be held Tuesday at the Community Center in Eldon. Both meetings begin at 6:30 p.m.