Nathaniel “Pee-Wee” Lee, 73, said he’s happy to know that his story has inspired fellow community members to raise money and build three tiny homes for other homeless and low-income individuals. He might just apply to live in one of the houses himself, he said.
Nathaniel “Pee-Wee” Lee, 73, said he’s happy to know that his story has inspired fellow community members to raise money and build three tiny homes for other homeless and low-income individuals. He might just apply to live in one of the houses himself, he said. Tammy Grubb tgrubb@newsobserver.com
Nathaniel “Pee-Wee” Lee, 73, said he’s happy to know that his story has inspired fellow community members to raise money and build three tiny homes for other homeless and low-income individuals. He might just apply to live in one of the houses himself, he said. Tammy Grubb tgrubb@newsobserver.com

Chapel Hill group, church taking a ‘step in the right direction’

February 26, 2017 5:08 PM