Nearly 50 companies donated items to build and furnish the home. Volunteers invested hours in demolition and rebuilding. "It is about community," Hurlburt said. "I think that is the way we are going to survive."
Nearly 50 companies donated items to build and furnish the home. Volunteers invested hours in demolition and rebuilding. "It is about community," Hurlburt said. "I think that is the way we are going to survive." Herald-Leader
Nearly 50 companies donated items to build and furnish the home. Volunteers invested hours in demolition and rebuilding. "It is about community," Hurlburt said. "I think that is the way we are going to survive." Herald-Leader

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