Volunteers aid embellish backyard at Exoneree House in Maple Heights - Cleveland 19 Information

MAPLE HEIGHTS, Ohio (WOIO) - Society participants volunteered on the Exoneree House in Maple Heights Saturday morning to aid embellish the backyard and display backup for the wrongfully convicted.

X-Self-rule Studio, based through exoneree Raymond Towler, created the Exoneree House to provide exonerees a park to heal and phone house then a wrongful conviction.

Volunteers of every age additionally spent age with the exonerees who are living there.

“We appreciate the yard work the volunteers have done and they also have shown their care for the Exoneree community,” Kelly McLaughlin with X-Self-rule Studio stated.

In addition they helped medication a tree planted in reminiscence of Isaiah Andrews, a person who spent 45 years in prison for against the law he didn’t dedicate.

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