Tracy Keagle still has big plans for Humanity Houses new location, despite challenges that cropped up with the recent move.
Even with the work required to get the building up and running, Humanity Houses many assistance programs havent slowed, Keagle said. Shes been spending most of her time lately in the former Elk Creek Community Garden, which Humanity House took over this year.
Getting the garden going has been a big deal. Ive been working 12-15 hours a day there, Keagle said.
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