Steve O'Neil spent his life in Duluth working for Duluth's most vulnerable families. His legacy will continue, as the new apartments and emergency shelter bearing his name. They will not only help those families, but will also help fulfill Duluth's vision of becoming a city that welcomes the stranger, feeds the hungry, and houses the homeless.
Larry Long and his American Roots Revue will bring their inspiring blend of gospel, reggae, Cajun, swing, folk, R&B and rock to this year’s stage show at the 10th Annual CHUM Rhubarb Festival on Saturday, June 28.
Steve O'Neil passed away just weeks ago and already a dream of his is going to be breaking ground. The Steve O’Neil Apartments is an $11.2 million project which includes 44 units of permanent supportive housing and 6 units of emergency shelter for families with children who have experienced long term homelessness.
Steve O'Neil has always worked to help people. My late Grandma June used to work Steve's name into every conversation because she believed in helping people too and was inspired many times by the work that Steve has done.
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