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repairing homes

This is a picture of students working to repair homes damaged by Hurricane Katrina. These students were part of a group of hundreds of college students from Hillels across the country who spent their spring breaks in Slidell and New Orleans, Louisiana, repairing homes damaged by Hurricane Katrina. A year and a half after the storm, there is still a tremendous amount of work to be done. This photograph was taken by Nellie Krentzman, a University of Hillel staff member, in March, 2007.

shoveling 3

This is a picture of a student removing debris from a home damaged by Hurricane Katrina. She was part of a group of hundreds of college students from Hillels across the country who spent their spring breaks in Slidell and New Orleans, Louisiana, repairing homes damaged by Hurricane Katrina. A year and a half after the storm, there is still a tremendous amount of work to be done. This photograph was taken by Nellie Krentzman, a University of Hillel staff member, in March, 2007.

pile of felled trees and brush in front of home

This is a picture of a large pile of felled trees and brush in front of a home that had been badly damaged by Hurricane Katrina. Hundreds of college students from Hillels across the country spent their spring breaks in Slidell and New Orleans, Louisiana, repairing homes damaged by Hurricane Katrina. A year and a half after the storm, there is still a tremendous amount of work to be done. This photograph was taken by Nellie Krentzman, a University of Vermont Hillel staff member, in March, 2007....

more shoveling

This is a picture of Hillel students clearing out a home that had been badly damaged by Hurricane Katrina. These students were part of a group of hundreds of college students from Hillels across the country that spent their spring breaks in Slidell and New Orleans, Louisiana, repairing homes damaged by Hurricane Katrina. A year and a half after the storm, there is still a tremendous amount of work to be done. This photograph was taken by Nellie Krentzman, a University of Vermont Hillel staff...

shoveling debris

This is a picture of Hillel students clearing out a home that had been badly damaged by Hurricane Katrina. These students were part of a group of hundreds of college students from Hillels across the country that spent their spring breaks in Slidell and New Orleans, Louisiana, repairing homes damaged by Hurricane Katrina. A year and a half after the storm, there is still a tremendous amount of work to be done. This photograph was taken by Nellie Krentzman, a University of Vermont Hillel staff...