Above: “Step group.” Below: “Masons?”
From the set MLK Jr. Day Parade: “Ole Asheboro Neighborhood was out serving free hot chocolate at the MKL Jr Day parade.”
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This site is a partial spinoff of the book Letters from New Orleans, published by Garrett County Press. All author proceeds from this book still go to organizations involved in post-Katrina relief efforts.
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