Work is complete on the Northern Cheyenne Reservation to build a home for Kimberly Spang, her partner Floris Medicine Bull, and their three children. Prior to moving into their Red Feather home,the Spang-Medicine Bull family resided in a two-bedroom house, which had become pretty cramped for their growing children. Kimberly, who works full-time at the Northern Cheyenne Natural Resource Department, prepared tenaciously to become a homeowner, and both she and Floris played key roles in the construction of their new home. In addition to stacking bales and pounding nails, the couple generously organized several cultural presentations for build volunteers and made home-cooked meals to share under the dining tent on Friday nights. Red Feather was delighted to partner with the Spang-Medicine Bull family, and welcome them into their new home!
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Categories Home Renovation, Education, Navajo Code Talker, Veterans