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One little boy

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The little boy lived on an average street with average friends. They all lived in an average small town. He had average parents who had an average number of children for the time.

Scars of life

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Lovable little fuzz balls. If you asked, that’s how my three brothers, sister, and I would’ve described us during the time we spent growing up at 110 Flamingo Street.

The perfect plan

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A more perfect plan had never been conceived. It had taken almost a week to assemble, with every aspect of it thought out to the last detail. Absolutely nothing could’ve gone wrong.

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Braelinn Elementary students donate to school in Haiti
Tammy Smith’s second grade class at Braelinn Elementary School has been spearheading a school-wide project that resulted in $3,000 being sent to school children in Haiti.