8 houses 1st of 26 to go up, aid poor in state; vision is low-cost village

Posted: June 10, 2018 at 4:30 a.m.

Dennis Kronberg of Wausa, Neb. (center) installs refrigeration lines for air conditioning, Friday, June 8, 2018 on Passion Play Road, across the street from the Washington Regional clinic in Eureka Springs. Eight tiny houses are being built in Eureka Springs, which has a dearth of affordable housing. They're being constructed by 66 volunteers from 13 states with World Mission Builders.

Eight small houses sprang up last week among the 60-foot-tall pine trees on Passion Play Road.

Asee Mason (from left) of Eureka Springs fist-bumps Dr. Dan Bell on Friday. Bell and his wife, Suzie, are the founders of ECHO Village.

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