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Daymn Johnson set up his St. Paul barbershop with a microloan from the Neighborhood Development Center. Here, Johnson gave his son Daymn Jr. a haircut.
BRIAN PETERSON • email@example.com
Mihailo Temali is the founder and CEO of the Neighborhood Development Center in St. Paul.
“The place is always packed,” Mike Temali said of Daymn Johnson’s barbershop at University Avenue and Dale Street in St. Paul.
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