Volunteers needed in Crutchfield neighborhood

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Updated: 5/03/2013 3:47 pm Published: 5/03/2013 3:46 pm

Hundreds of volunteers are needed in north Tulsa.

Crews are working to give the Crutchfield neighborhood, near Independence and N. Peoria, a makeover. On Friday, volunteers with Habitat for Humanity cleared brush and repaired old driveways. Some volunteers came from as far as Joplin to help Tulsans, in a way to payback after Tulsans helped after the tornado.

“Just in the few hours we've been here, this house is really looking amazing, it's taken on a whole brighter look. a newer look,” said Barbie Huff, a Habitat for Humuanity volunteer.

The project will continue all weekend. Volunteers can sign up at OSU-Tulsa.

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