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Judge Gives $20,000 To Groups Aiding Kids

Published: 10:01 AM, 12/19/2008


Organizations that benefit local children were grant checks totaling $20,000 on Thursday by General Sessions and Juvenile Court Judge Kenneth Bailey Jr.


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