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Carolyn Lomabalaquihoya and her daughter, Tierra, stand in front of the new pellet stove installed by Roof Dancers and Red Feather Development Group Jan. 19. The stove had to be replaced after their old stove cracked and emitted carbon monoxide.

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On Jan. 19, Red Feather Development Group, with help from Roof Dancers, installed a new stove for the Lomabalaquihoya family, a result of a Giving Tuesday campaign by Red Feather.