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Sex Offender Shuffle

A donated house gets a better tenant

From the November, 2009 issue

When they moved to Glacier Hills, Henry Vander Kaay and his wife, Doretha, since deceased, gave their home next to Eberwhite Woods to the Salvation Army. Last year, the church put it up for sale, planning to use the money to provide more scholarships to its summer camps. Things seemed to be going well, says listing agent Jackie Wright. A couple offered a very handsome price, signed a contract, and paid for a home inspection. But then, Wright says, they learned that the woods belong to the public schools. The husband was a registered sex

 
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