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Free minor home repairs available for low-income senior citizens in North Hills

Tony LaRussa

A North Hills charitable organization is accepting applications from low-income senior citizens to obtain free minor home repairs.

North Hills Community Outreach is partnering with Stay at Home youth mission camp and Rebuilding Together to perform the work, which will be done from June 23 to 28.

Applicants must live in northern Allegheny County. Applications will be prioritized by need.

To sign up, email Cathy at: [email protected] or call her at 412-307-0069 Ext. 3313.

Stay at Home youth mission camp also is seeking skilled adult mentors to supervise youth as they learn while doing repair projects.

To volunteer, call Sylvia at 412-486-0151.

Tony LaRussa is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Tony at 724-772-6368, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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