As area homeowners continue to clean up debris, nearly a month after severe storms swept through parts of Wayne and Holmes counties, volunteers from a religious organization are lending a helping hand.  Southern Baptist Disaster Relief teams, which are made up of residents from Ohio, Pennsylvania and Kentucky, are cutting up and hauling away downed trees for residents.  Teams of 24 have been working one week each, before being replaced by a fresh group of volunteers.  Officials say cleanup in the hardest hit areas could take up to six months to complete.