Folks from across the area gathered for free food, arts and crafts, bounce houses and a health clinic.
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“There are too many still on the street and I’m hoping that this will take a lot of them off.”
“We may not look alike, but it’s a typical family.”
The group’s goal is “to help kids who can’t afford to have a birthday party to have one.”
“Everyday is a battle, You have to be strong.”