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Asking for help

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I wanted to ask you all for some help. My brothers family has been nominated for America extreme home makeover. There

is a petition link atention attached that explains the situation. We are asking for folks to sign the petition and pass along word of the story. There is a WCCO clip attached that tells a little more. We appreaciate your help in advance.

http://www.gopetition.com/online/11586.html

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Done, good luck with the whole thing! Great story and clip!

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Done. Good luck to them.

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Signed, Good luck to them

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It's an honor to sign this petition. Good Luck!

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Well we should hear something by April 26 we are keeping everything crossed. THank you to every one.

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done, good luck

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Signed.

May be this could be moved to the Anandale forum too.

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signed! good luck to you all and god bless

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