In a house in Kansas City’s old Northeast area that’s intended to be home for an incoming Somali family, Khadra Aden (left) and Mindy Akers, both with Della Lamb Community Services, recently showed off the kitchen area.
In a house in Kansas City’s old Northeast area that’s intended to be home for an incoming Somali family, Khadra Aden (left) and Mindy Akers, both with Della Lamb Community Services, recently showed off the kitchen area. Allison Long along@kcstar.com
In a house in Kansas City’s old Northeast area that’s intended to be home for an incoming Somali family, Khadra Aden (left) and Mindy Akers, both with Della Lamb Community Services, recently showed off the kitchen area. Allison Long along@kcstar.com

Travel window opens and may now close on nine in Somali refugee family slated for KC

February 06, 2017 02:31 PM

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