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  • Twenty-two volunteers at Ellington School donate hair to help children get wigs

    Twenty-two volunteers at Ellington School donate hair to help children get wigs

    Thursday, April 23 2015 10:25 AM EDT2015-04-23 14:25:52 GMT
    Six-year-old Beijah Sowards felt bad when she learned some kids her age were losing their hair because of illnesses. So she decided to do something about it. Beijah was one of 22 students, teachers and parents who stepped forward Wednesday morning at Ellington School to donate some of their own hair to an organization that provides wigs to kids who need them.
    Six-year-old Beijah Sowards felt bad when she learned some kids her age were losing their hair because of illnesses. So she decided to do something about it. Beijah was one of 22 students, teachers and parents who stepped forward Wednesday morning at Ellington School to donate some of their own hair to an organization that provides wigs to kids who need them.
  • Barry woman tabbed 20th CNA of the Year

    Barry woman tabbed 20th CNA of the Year

    Friday, April 24 2015 5:02 PM EDT2015-04-24 21:02:35 GMT
    Mary Puffenberger, named the Certified Nursing Assistant of the Year on Friday, has never had a desire to do anything else. Puffenberger was the 20th recipient of the CNA of the Year Award, which was revealed during a luncheon at the Laura Kent Donahue Education Center inside the Quincy Senior and Family Resource Center. She was selected from a field of 13 candidates. 
    Mary Puffenberger, named the Certified Nursing Assistant of the Year on Friday, has never had a desire to do anything else. Puffenberger was the 20th recipient of the CNA of the Year Award, which was revealed during a luncheon at the Laura Kent Donahue Education Center inside the Quincy Senior and Family Resource Center. She was selected from a field of 13 candidates. 
  • Payson woman gets prison time for being driver in home invasion case

    Payson woman gets prison time for being driver in home invasion case

    Friday, April 24 2015 5:00 PM EDT2015-04-24 21:00:19 GMT
    A Payson woman was sent to prison Friday after she admitted to driving three men to a house on Quincy's northwest side in November where the men committed a home invasion.
    A Payson woman was sent to prison Friday after she admitted to driving three men to a house on Quincy's northwest side in November where the men committed a home invasion.
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