According to its leadership, the Aslan Foundation, which purchased South Knoxville’s Log Haven community to preserve it, is not “faith-based,” as we indicated in last week’s Citybeat [“Collected Assets” by Jack Neely]. They describe themselves as a charitable foundation.

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