Love Kitchen Sisters are Overwhelmed

Knoxville, Tenn. (WVLT) -- Friday with the Governor, Mayor and many volunteers in attendance, Helen and Ellen were given a big gift.

Helen's home was renovated and given back to her. Helen's home had been vacant for years, she had been living with her sister.

Builders, volunteers and more than 30 businesses donated everything. Friday was the big reveal.

Helen was overwhelmed. "I'm going to tell you something, I haven't absorbed it yet. I just can't believe the way my home looked before they did what they did in here, and now look a here!

While all this continues to sink in for Helen, the Home Builders Association with the help of volunteers and businesses will now begin to renovate Ellen's home. We can't wait until that is completed!


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