Luis Garay, left, and wife Elizabeth Niño, right, and their children Karen, front, and Jean Carlos, back. Like seven other families, they were invited to participate in the project by someone from La Candela. “It felt like a big family,” Luis said. “We all gave support to each other.” Luis and Elizabeth’s house was the last one to be turned over.
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