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August 6, 2014 12:00 AM

Editorial | Volunteers, jeans for boys needed at Fostering Hope

A former hardware store on Kingston Street in Conway is stocked and stacked with children’s jeans and other clothes, shoes, underwear and backpacks for school. In the next three and a half weeks, Fostering Hope will give backpacks and school clothing to 300 to 350 children, says founder Tabby Shelton.

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