The sign is unveiled for the new
“For all the values she instilled in us as we were growing up: to remember the underprivileged, to remember women, women's rights,” said Darius Assemi.
Dozens of people, including Bibi, tour the home for the first time on Monday.
“Unfortunately my English is not very good, but I'm very happy today,” said Bibi.
“We're also part of an international network of shelters and we've been known to move people out of state or the country, whatever it takes to keep them safe,” said Kallsen.
The home is fully furnished and features a large playground, thanks to private donations. Schneider Electric outfitted the home with over a dozen security cameras. In an emergency, the Clovis Police Department can access the cameras, providing an extra level of security.
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