Tom Hendricks wrote:
It really is rewarding, I wish I could have volunteered more then just the one day. It's truly heartbreaking to stand in the street and all around you are the hurricane ravished homes still this way 7 years after Katrina.
I've also gotta say that it's terrific what you did to help there, Tom
. Mind boggling how New Orleans still has so many ruined homes and stifled lives so many years after Katrina. The Bush Administration really dropped the ball... and it doesn't look like Obama's camp has been able to do much either. Very depressing.
Thanks Gary, I know it's not a lot but with the help we were able to provide I know her house is closer to being done. That means she will be able to get home soon. It wound up that our group was able to raise almost $12,000 to donate to the St. Bernard Project.
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