To Sabrina Proctor, Country Squire Mobile Home Park residents are like a second family. As the neighborhood baby sitter, she hosts eight to 10 children a day at her home in this tight-knit community.

“A trailer park is the No. 1 drama park in America,” Proctor said. “That’s where all the bickering starts. But not here; everyone likes everyone.”

Contact Brian Bradley at bbradley@kdhnews.com or (254) 501-7567

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