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Lucy Blogs: Pay it forward Local Voices
Lucy Blogs: Pay it forward
There are many things that I love about my parents, and many things I have learned from them. One of the qualities I admire the most and strive to emulate is their selflessness. Before the idea of “Pay It Forward” became a national movement, my parents were looking for ways to help others.
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