Work progressing on house project for Pennock, Minn., family of girl with terminal disorder
PENNOCK -- A crew of 20 to 25 workers raised their hammers Saturday morning and quickly built the walls of a garage and addition to Trent and Emily Thompson's home in rural Pennock.
The Thompsons' 21-month old daughter, Tenley, has been diagnosed with leukodystrophy. It is a rare genetic disorder and is a terminal illness. Tenley was diagnosed at 13 months after her parents noticed she wasn't meeting developmental milestones.
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