January 02, 2016 06:01 AM
▪ Kar Woo’s odyssey went from selling art to saving lives
▪ Bobbi-Jo Reed’s faith and commitment changed her life and others, too
▪ For those in need, Lynn Gentry aims for simple, effective shelter
▪ Kathleen Parker’s 18 and Swabbin’ campaign helps high school seniors save lives
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Branden Mims, pastor of the Greater Metropolitan Church of Christ and member of the Ad Hoc Group Against Crime speaks at a vigil Thursday evening for Daryl Singleton, who died Dec. 7 in a shooting outside the liquor and grocery store where the school cook worked a second job as a cashier.
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