First New Dry Creek House
Date: 11/21/2012 Album ID: 1571247
Photos by Tony Duncan
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Dedication of the first house finished in Dry Creek by the Appalachia Service Project- the new home of Doug Wilson and family at 293 Dry Creek Road. Also, volunteers from Iowa are rebuilding a house on Cherokee Road near Lamar School to replace one damaged in flood and have worked on other houses in Dry Creek. Tony Duncan/Johnson City Press
Dedication of the first house finished in Dry Creek by the Appalachia Service Project- the new home of Doug Wilson and family at 293 Dry Creek Road. Also, volunteers from Iowa are rebuilding a house on Cherokee Road near Lamar School to replace one damaged in flood and have worked on other houses in Dry Creek.Tony Duncan/Johnson City Press
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Dedication of the first house finished in Dry Creek by the Appalachia Service Project- the new home of Doug Wilson and family at 293 Dry Creek Road. Also, volunteers from Iowa are rebuilding a house on Cherokee Road near Lamar School to replace one damaged in flood and have worked on other houses in Dry Creek.Tony Duncan/Johnson City Press
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Dedication of the first house finished in Dry Creek by the Appalachia Service Project- the new home of Doug Wilson and family at 293 Dry Creek Road. Also, volunteers from Iowa are rebuilding a house on Cherokee Road near Lamar School to replace one damaged in flood and have worked on other houses in Dry Creek.Tony Duncan/Johnson City Press
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Dedication of the first house finished in Dry Creek by the Appalachia Service Project- the new home of Doug Wilson and family at 293 Dry Creek Road. Also, volunteers from Iowa are rebuilding a house on Cherokee Road near Lamar School to replace one damaged in flood and have worked on other houses in Dry Creek.Tony Duncan/Johnson City Press
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Dedication of the first house finished in Dry Creek by the Appalachia Service Project- the new home of Doug Wilson and family at 293 Dry Creek Road. Also, volunteers from Iowa are rebuilding a house on Cherokee Road near Lamar School to replace one damaged in flood and have worked on other houses in Dry Creek.Tony Duncan/Johnson City Press
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Dedication of the first house finished in Dry Creek by the Appalachia Service Project- the new home of Doug Wilson and family at 293 Dry Creek Road. Also, volunteers from Iowa are rebuilding a house on Cherokee Road near Lamar School to replace one damaged in flood and have worked on other houses in Dry Creek.Tony Duncan/Johnson City Press
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Dedication of the first house finished in Dry Creek by the Appalachia Service Project- the new home of Doug Wilson and family at 293 Dry Creek Road. Also, volunteers from Iowa are rebuilding a house on Cherokee Road near Lamar School to replace one damaged in flood and have worked on other houses in Dry Creek.Tony Duncan/Johnson City Press
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Dedication of the first house finished in Dry Creek by the Appalachia Service Project- the new home of Doug Wilson and family at 293 Dry Creek Road. Also, volunteers from Iowa are rebuilding a house on Cherokee Road near Lamar School to replace one damaged in flood and have worked on other houses in Dry Creek.Tony Duncan/Johnson City Press
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Dedication of the first house finished in Dry Creek by the Appalachia Service Project- the new home of Doug Wilson and family at 293 Dry Creek Road. Also, volunteers from Iowa are rebuilding a house on Cherokee Road near Lamar School to replace one damaged in flood and have worked on other houses in Dry Creek.Tony Duncan/Johnson City Press
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Dedication of the first house finished in Dry Creek by the Appalachia Service Project- the new home of Doug Wilson and family at 293 Dry Creek Road. Also, volunteers from Iowa are rebuilding a house on Cherokee Road near Lamar School to replace one damaged in flood and have worked on other houses in Dry Creek.Tony Duncan/Johnson City Press
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Dedication of the first house finished in Dry Creek by the Appalachia Service Project- the new home of Doug Wilson and family at 293 Dry Creek Road. Also, volunteers from Iowa are rebuilding a house on Cherokee Road near Lamar School to replace one damaged in flood and have worked on other houses in Dry Creek.Tony Duncan/Johnson City Press
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Dedication of the first house finished in Dry Creek by the Appalachia Service Project- the new home of Doug Wilson and family at 293 Dry Creek Road. Also, volunteers from Iowa are rebuilding a house on Cherokee Road near Lamar School to replace one damaged in flood and have worked on other houses in Dry Creek.Tony Duncan/Johnson City Press
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Dedication of the first house finished in Dry Creek by the Appalachia Service Project- the new home of Doug Wilson and family at 293 Dry Creek Road. Also, volunteers from Iowa are rebuilding a house on Cherokee Road near Lamar School to replace one damaged in flood and have worked on other houses in Dry Creek.Tony Duncan/Johnson City Press
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Dedication of the first house finished in Dry Creek by the Appalachia Service Project- the new home of Doug Wilson and family at 293 Dry Creek Road. Also, volunteers from Iowa are rebuilding a house on Cherokee Road near Lamar School to replace one damaged in flood and have worked on other houses in Dry Creek.Tony Duncan/Johnson City Press
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Dedication of the first house finished in Dry Creek by the Appalachia Service Project- the new home of Doug Wilson and family at 293 Dry Creek Road. Also, volunteers from Iowa are rebuilding a house on Cherokee Road near Lamar School to replace one damaged in flood and have worked on other houses in Dry Creek.Tony Duncan/Johnson City Press
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Dedication of the first house finished in Dry Creek by the Appalachia Service Project- the new home of Doug Wilson and family at 293 Dry Creek Road. Also, volunteers from Iowa are rebuilding a house on Cherokee Road near Lamar School to replace one damaged in flood and have worked on other houses in Dry Creek.Tony Duncan/Johnson City Press
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Dedication of the first house finished in Dry Creek by the Appalachia Service Project- the new home of Doug Wilson and family at 293 Dry Creek Road. Also, volunteers from Iowa are rebuilding a house on Cherokee Road near Lamar School to replace one damaged in flood and have worked on other houses in Dry Creek.Tony Duncan/Johnson City Press
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Dedication of the first house finished in Dry Creek by the Appalachia Service Project- the new home of Doug Wilson and family at 293 Dry Creek Road. Also, volunteers from Iowa are rebuilding a house on Cherokee Road near Lamar School to replace one damaged in flood and have worked on other houses in Dry Creek.Tony Duncan/Johnson City Press
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