Local volunteer receives vehicle

Yolanda Engstrand has a way to get around again after a family who lost a loved one decided to donate a car that was part of the estate to someone in need.

It’s always difficult to lose a family member and then need to take care of the things left they left behind and figuring out what to do with it all.

One family facing this situation recently decided to make a positive impact on someone else’s life when left with a car that did not have much monetary value but could still be of use to someone who needed it.

Maykayla Hancock can be reached at makayla.hancock@newspressnow.com. Follow her on Twitter: @NPNowHancock.

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