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A city's generosity help couple to rebuild

October 25, 2011

WOONSOCKET — Maple cabinets, granite island, plush, multi-hued carpets with that brand-new smell.
There’s a feast for the senses in Paul and Lorraine Jacob’s new house on Hillsdale Street. But the most important component of the only new house built in the city this year is something you can’t see or touch.
Call it generosity: When the Jacobs’ 46-year-old cape was destroyed by fire last winter, a citywide network of supporters launched a prolonged and persistent fundraising campaign to help the couple rebuild bigger and better than ever.

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