BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - A luncheon was held at Herbert Jackson's home Wednesday to say thank you to all of the volunteers that helped bring it back to code and livable again for the 85-year-old.
Mayor Harvey Hall along with Supervisor Leticia Perez were in attendance.
"It's a blessing from God because I wasn't expecting anything like this," said Jackson.
Mayor Hall also proclaimed today Human Kindness Day.
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