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Mary Ellen's Hearth

JULY/AUGUST 2012

Mary Ellen’s Hearth at the Nellie Burge Community Center has been lucky to have a number of volunteers step up already. Dobbins said volunteers have donated items to the center, donated supplies to keep the center stocked with essentials and many have volunteered to train and mentor the mothers. Mary Ellen’s Hearth even had about 40 volunteers who came to help paint the downstairs of the center.

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From the Heart: "Just Keep Smiling" expanding its reach to Montgomery

MAY/JUNE 2012

Over the past six years, I've had the opportunity to get to know many families who never expected to be in the position they found themselves in when I had the honor of meeting them. In order to prepare for the annual Mix 103 Radiothon for Children's Hospital and the Relay for Life events each spring, I interview families whose children have been diagnosed with life threatening illnesses, have suffered major trauma or have been told they are terminally ill. The choices that have to be made at times like these are overwhelming. Where will my child receive care? How will we pay the bills? Will I have to quit my job to stay in the hospital with my child? These are just a few of the questions and worries parents face during this already difficult time.

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Central shows Montgomery Southern class with an urban twist

MARCH/APRIL 2012

Montgomery’s trendy new restaurant, Central, has made its debut. The restaurant, located in the center of Montgomery’s downtown entertainment district, blends historic beauty, Southern comfort and a touch of urban modernity into one delectable dish.

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Hope for the Helpless

NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2010

As a proud parent of three Montgomery Humane Society (MHS) pets including our doxies, Pebbles and Bam-Bam, and our self-potty trained cat, Snickers, it is always rewarding to visit their former foster home and catch up with Executive Director, Steven Tears.

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