Keith Poe rearranges the area around his sink in his new kitchen Wednesday. Poe and his son, Tanner, 16,  lost their home and barely escaped with their lives during an April tornado. The Poes received $150 from the Neediest Cases fund for food and gas.
Keith Poe rearranges the area around his sink in his new kitchen Wednesday. Poe and his son, Tanner, 16, lost their home and barely escaped with their lives during an April tornado. The Poes received $150 from the Neediest Cases fund for food and gas.
Photo by Jake Daniels .
published Wednesday, November 23rd, 2011
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