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Angels Among Us 2009

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Angels Among Us 2009
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Yankee Magazine proudly recognizes the “Angels Among Us 2009.” Congratulations to these dedicated New Englanders who are making a difference!

Kara Rainey is being a friend in Boston, Massachusetts, at the Home for Little Wanderers. Wynona Ward is seeking justice in Vershire, Vermont, as founder of Have Justice Will Travel. Ron Whitcomb and Don Sullivan are working together in Providence, Rhode Island, in Operation Vet 2 Vet. Bill and Anna Spiller are feeding their neighbors in Wells, Maine, when they Plant a Row for the Hungry.

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