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Gutnick noted that this building project took close to a decade to be completed. When asked what he felt stood out during the opening event, he responded, “Often they say, ‘build it and they will come.’”

“In our case, having been here in the community for 20 years already, they came and therefore we built it. We saw this community of people that had already been so involved in so many different ways and in so many projects without a permanent home, have that feeling of coming home.”

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