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Wednesday, July 07, 2010

Sedrick Bubbles With Enthusiasm


Posted by Blake Ragsdale on 07/07 at 02:24 PM
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Tuesday, November 03, 2009

Angela’s Hands Knit Loving Expressions

imageAngela, 39, was uncertain, distrusting and rarely smiled when she moved into The Asheboro Home, a group home for adult women with developmental disabilities in Asheboro. Today, her demeanor has changed greatly, and the smiles increase by the minute. Sometimes even a giggling fit or two makes its way into the mix.

“If I would have known about this place first, I would have come here first,” Angela says comparing The Asheboro Home to other homes. “I just didn’t feel as well cared for in other places. It’s more peaceful here.”


Posted by Blake Ragsdale on 11/03 at 06:57 AM
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Wednesday, August 05, 2009

Rob Shares Happiness With Everyone

By W. James Edminson

imageThe sun beams through the large glass windows at the Weaverville McDonald’s. A smile is on Rob’s face. He looks forward to this day every week. He is dressed in his work clothes and has his matching cap positioned just right. Rob clears a table and throws the trash away when a customer enters the door.

“Good morning!” Rob cheerfully says . “Good morning!” the customer replies smiling at Rob . “My favorite part of my job is the customers – always the customers,” Rob asserts. “I make them feel happy.”


Posted by Webmaster on 08/05 at 01:48 PM
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