Teresa Dunham, right, and DoubleTree Inn staffer Sherry Smith, second from left, visit with Harvey evacuees Annie and Leo Stewart of Beaumont on Saturday at the Arlington hotel. In 2005, when Hurricane Katrina sent New Orleans residents fleeing to North Texas, Dunham organized a grassroots campaign to gather clothes and other necessities in her garage for Katrina victims. Now she’s helping Harvey evacuees.
Teresa Dunham, right, and DoubleTree Inn staffer Sherry Smith, second from left, visit with Harvey evacuees Annie and Leo Stewart of Beaumont on Saturday at the Arlington hotel. In 2005, when Hurricane Katrina sent New Orleans residents fleeing to North Texas, Dunham organized a grassroots campaign to gather clothes and other necessities in her garage for Katrina victims. Now she’s helping Harvey evacuees. Ian McVea Special to the Star-Telegram
Teresa Dunham, right, and DoubleTree Inn staffer Sherry Smith, second from left, visit with Harvey evacuees Annie and Leo Stewart of Beaumont on Saturday at the Arlington hotel. In 2005, when Hurricane Katrina sent New Orleans residents fleeing to North Texas, Dunham organized a grassroots campaign to gather clothes and other necessities in her garage for Katrina victims. Now she’s helping Harvey evacuees. Ian McVea Special to the Star-Telegram

Katrina evacuee, Arlington volunteer are working to help Harvey victims

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