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Hope Village
Date: 6/22/2013 Album ID: 1672338
Photos by Carrie Snyder
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Hope Village in Minot, N.D.
Hope Village has an onsite chapel where people can congregate in Minot, N.D. 
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Pastor Paul Krueger and Linley Wartenberg show off a mobile kitchen unit at Hope Village in Minot, N.D. 
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A “MASH” post is placed in the middle of Hope Village in Minot, N.D., showing how far different volunteer groups have traveled. 
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Hope Village in Minot, N.D. provides volunteers with tools to work on the flood recovery efforts. 
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Hope Village has an onsite lunch room where people can get their meals in Minot, N.D. 
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Pastor Paul Krueger shows off one of “The Hiltons” housing units that are a mobile housing unit designed by Hope Village in Minot, N.D. Each unity has three rooms that holds four beds. 
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“The Hiltons” housing units are a mobile housing unit designed by Hope Village in Minot, N.D. Each unity has three rooms that hold four beds. 
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An office in Hope Village shows where different units are stationed on the lot in Minot, N.D. 
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Pastor Paul Krueger and Linley Wartenberg show off part of the housing units at HOPE Village in Minot, N.D. They are equipped with 166 beds on site. 
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Jim Traviss travels with his tools in his car while working on a home in Minot, N.D. on Tuesday, June 18, 2013. The volunteers travel with the Nomads Mission Volunteers program and have been in the area helping rebuild homes that were ruined by the flood of 2011.  
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Liz Traviss works on a home in Minot, N.D. on Tuesday, June 18, 2013. The volunteers travel with the Nomads Mission Volunteers program and have been in the area helping rebuild homes that were ruined by the flood of 2011.  
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Cheryl and Bill Wessels of Hot Springs, Ark. work on a home in Minot, N.D. on Tuesday, June 18, 2013. The couple travel with the Nomads Mission Volunteers program and have been in the area helping rebuild homes that were ruined by the flood of 2011.  
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Jim Traviss, right, and Laura Bingham, left, work on a home in Minot, N.D. on Tuesday, June 18, 2013. The volunteers travel with the Nomads Mission Volunteers program and have been in the area helping rebuild homes that were ruined by the flood of 2011.  
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Betsy Hulberg and her daughter Finnley show off Finnley’s playhouse that was fixed up by volunteers during the same time they fixed up their home in Minot, N.D. Volunteers helped the family rebuild after their home was inundated with water from the Souris River during the flood of 2011.
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The Hulberg home in Minot, N.D. has been remodeled thanks to the volunteers from Hope Village after the flood of 2011. 
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Maggie Hulberg says all the volunteers will have an extra star on their halo as an angel in heaven for their work they did on the home in Minot, N.D. The family had to rebuild their home after it was inundated with water from the Souris River during the flood of 2011.
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Maggie Hulberg, right, shows how high the water reached during the flood of 2011 in Minot, N.D. in the home where she and her daughter Betsy Hulberg and granddaughter, Finnley, lived. The family has currently, with the help of volunteers, remodeled their home. 
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Maggie Hulberg gets emotional while talking about the impact the volunteers have had on hers and her family’s lives. 
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