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The 411: Youth


Wilson lends a helping hand


Wilson lends a helping hand


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January 25, 2012
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Volunteering his time at the ‘Extreme Makeover: Home Edition’ site in Wilson County, Wilson, the Wilson County News’ Newspapers In Education mascot, really enjoys helping others.

He was thrilled to volunteer on the ABC TV “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition” house for the family of wounded warrior Shilo Harris last week near Sutherland Springs. Wilson met Gordon Hartman (above, left), whose fully accessible family fun park, Morgan’s Wonderland, helped coordinate the surprise for the Harris family. While on the construction site, Wilson helped deliver snacks and drinks to other volunteers, worked with the cabinet installers, and lent a helping hand wherever he could.

Wilson thanks the “Extreme Makeover” team for letting him help and congratulates the Harris family on their new home!
 

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