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Kansas City nonprofit won't let freezing temps stop them from serving homeless vets


It's bitter cold outside, but that is not stopping the Veterans Community Project from building tiny homes for homeless veterans. It's full steam ahead for the Kansas City nonprofit with more siding is going up Tuesday. However, the freeze is stopping them ...


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It's bitter cold outside, but that is not stopping the Veterans Community Project from building tiny homes for homele... Posted: Jan2, 2018 11:08 AM Updated: Jan2, 2018 7:30 PM It's bitter cold outside, but that is not stopping the Veterans Community Project from building tiny homes for homeless veterans Scroll for more content...

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