A small town in Washington state came together to paint over the hate messages that had vandalized a family's house and vehicle. 

While the Phillips family of Tenino, WA were camping in the mountains, somebody sprayed hateful messages all over their house and truck. Everything, including but not limited to, from the N-word to the letters KKK.

Their neighbors didn't want them to see the messages, especially because they have young children. So, dozens of families came together (including local law enforcement) and cleaned/painted over the hate speech.

"I'm overwhelmed and I'm shocked,"Marvin Phillips, the homeowner, told KING 5.  "When I heard what happened, I was hurt. I don't know who did this. I was more concerned about the kids."