Written by Phil Cerroni
By Amanda Casanova
IRVING – About a dozen Leadership Irving members and volunteers worked on March 16 to renovate an apartment for domestic violence victims.
Although a major donor backed out the project, the group was able to acquire about $15,000 in materials for the Brighter Tomorrows apartment. The nonprofit group supports domestic violence victims.
“We’re here to help,” Milan Predikant, of Milan Construction, said. “People should do it. It needed an update. It was getting old.”