Scott Lamaster, founder and CEO of Taking it to the Streets, was outside the Kansas City Police Department Headquarters on Dec. 25, 2017, with volunteers serving hot meals to on-duty first responders only three weeks after he was badly burned in an accident with a propane gas grill.
Scott Lamaster, founder and CEO of Taking it to the Streets, was outside the Kansas City Police Department Headquarters on Dec. 25, 2017, with volunteers serving hot meals to on-duty first responders only three weeks after he was badly burned in an accident with a propane gas grill. Scott Lamaster Facebook page
Scott Lamaster, founder and CEO of Taking it to the Streets, was outside the Kansas City Police Department Headquarters on Dec. 25, 2017, with volunteers serving hot meals to on-duty first responders only three weeks after he was badly burned in an accident with a propane gas grill. Scott Lamaster Facebook page

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