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Non-profit retreat works to rebuild

Lory and Dan Deasey of Chippewa Falls sit on the steps to their trailer parked at the Log Cabin Hollow campground on Yellow Lake near Webster on Saturday. Powerful, straight-line winds from storms in Burnett County on Friday night toppled trees across Faith's Lodge's 80-acre property when the storm hit the Danbury area. (AP Photo/Duluth News Tribune, Bob King)

DANBURY, Wis. (AP) — A retreat lodge for families facing the serious illness or death of a child is working to rebuild in Burnett County after last weekend’s storm.

Faith’s Lodge is still standing, but huge trees were toppled across the 80-acre property when the storm hit the Danbury area Friday.

A Minnesota couple, Greg and Karla Sheehan of Maple Grove, planned to visit Faith’s Lodge this week. The Sheehans stayed at the lodge last summer after their 1-month-old infant, Brendan, died.

KSTP-TV says they planned a return trip with their 6-year-old daughter, but were told the lodge may be closed for a month.

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