Danville business to remain open after fire  

By Martha Jackson

According to Liberty Paintball business owner Sherry Moriarty Warnick, the business will remain open after extensive fire damage. No GoFundMe account for fundraising has been set up.

“God built it and blessed (us) with the business. (We have) survived Covid, the tornado and now He will provide for (our) needs,” Warnick said, as they try to re-build and replace all that was lost from the recent fire. The origin of the fire is unknown. They only have liability insurance and did not have the building and equipment insured. While repairs are made to the building, the fields and equipment are operational and open.

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