It’s been a busy week in the news for Eagle’s Healing Nest Anoka. The opening of Eagle’s Healing Nest in Anoka caught the attention of numerous news sources. We’ve been happy to share our story and see the outpouring of interest and support for a cause so near to us.
Hanna Covington of the Star Tribune wrote the article “Historic State Hospital building Anoka reopens as veterans housing.”
The article shares how this project is known as “miracle on 4th Street,” after volunteers pitched in to reach the goal of having veterans live at the site in less than two months. More than 350 volunteers transformed the old Anoka State Hospital into a welcoming home for veterans . The first veterans moved in December 1st. While the last couple months have been a whirlwind of activity, the opening of the home is perfect timing as winter weather is hitting Minnesota, and the holiday season is right around the corner.
Not only did Eagle’s Healing Nest Anoka end up in the newspaper, the organization was also featured in a news broadcast on KSTP-TV.
KSTP-TV Eyewitness News Story
Joe Mazan and the KSTP crew paid a visit to Eagle’s Healing Nest in Anoka to share a story titled “In Short Order, Volunteers Convert Former Anoka Asylum Building into Veteran Housing,” with viewers. This story gives people a glimpse into this home for veterans. They interviewed, Robert Larson, former Navy sailor and current Eagle’s Healing Nest resident. Robert expressed his gratititude for his new home.
“I’m extremely grateful for being here.” -Robert Larson, Eagle’s Healing Nest Resident
Take a look at the online article to view the broadcasted story
We’re thankful that numerous organizations are helping us spread the news about Eagle’s Healing Nest. We appreciate their support, along with the many volunteers and donors. If you are interested in supporting Eagle’s Healing Nest, please visit the donate page of our website for more details.Support Eagle’s Healing Nest