Kelly Huffstetler will share her story of childhood abuse and neglect at SAFEchild’s charity fundraiser on Nov. 18. She said she credits much of her success to her parents, David and Margarent Little, who took her out of a bad foster home and welcomed her as their own child.
Kelly Huffstetler will share her story of childhood abuse and neglect at SAFEchild’s charity fundraiser on Nov. 18. She said she credits much of her success to her parents, David and Margarent Little, who took her out of a bad foster home and welcomed her as their own child. mhankerson@newsobserver.com
Kelly Huffstetler will share her story of childhood abuse and neglect at SAFEchild’s charity fundraiser on Nov. 18. She said she credits much of her success to her parents, David and Margarent Little, who took her out of a bad foster home and welcomed her as their own child. mhankerson@newsobserver.com

Wake Forest woman shares story of child abuse for nonprofit SAFEchild

November 13, 2014 8:09 AM

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