In troubling times it’s important to know there are friends and family willing to help when disaster strikes. In a recent news article we learned a hurricane ripped apart and soaked Petra Longoria’s mobile home nearly a year ago, leaving her without a home of her own.
A Bloomington family is planning to sell carne guisada plates as well as baked goods July 28 to raise money for a 78-year-old family member who lost her home to Hurricane Harvey.
The hurricane ripped apart and soaked Petra Longoria’s mobile home nearly a year ago, leaving her without a home of her own. Since then, she’s been living with her children, who are hoping to raise money to demolish her damaged mobile home and buy her a new one.
One of Longoria’s daughter’s, Blanca Wallace, is planning to host a fundraiser outside her home on 84 N. Rio Grande Ave. in Bloomington. The carne guisada plates will include rice and beans. To make a donation, call 361-220-1750.
But not everyone has those luxuries and that’s why