Northside Resident says, “Thank You Habitat for Humanity!”

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Robert McClennon and his wife live at 3307 Sheridan Ave North in Minneapolis. Two trees fell on their house as a result of the May 22nd tornado. They had an insurance policy, but it didn’t start up until AFTER the tornado struck. Fortunately, Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity came by and took care of all the repairs.

They fixed the destroyed front porch, repaired the siding, painted the house, did all the yard work and a multitude of other things.

Says Robert, “I am just so grateful. Anytime anyone wants to come by and look at our home and see the difference they made, not only for us, but for the entire neighborhood as well.”

Allison Herrera

Allison Herrera, originally from San Luis Obispo, Calif.,  studied media and Spanish at Evergreen State College in Olympia, Wash., where she earned her bachelor s. Since moving to the Twin Cities, she has been a news producer for KFAI Fresh Air Community Radio, communications coordinator for Twin Cities Public Television's arts series MN Original, and producer for the Association of Minnesota Public and Educational Radios Stations for the series MN90: Minnesota History in 90 Seconds.

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