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Chilly Weather Doesn’t Stop Door Knockers!

Posted by brandnuheavy on December 16, 2010

Sebastian caught up with Long Branch Neighbor Corps members Victoria Hall, Lynne Harris, and Annick Yehouessi after door knocking at Flower Branch apartments. Victoria, Lynne, and Annick spent the morning getting to know their neighbors by knocking on their doors, engaging them, and listening to their concerns and interests. They also shared with residents info on the Neighborhood Opportunity Network, assistance available at the TESS Center, and an upcoming Neighbors Exchange.

Check out what Victoria and Lynne had to say about the experience.


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