Surrounded by winter clothing donations in her basement, Alice McGee of Garner, right, embraces one of her homeless clients, Eileen Leighly, 55, after inviting her to her home to dry her clothing and blankets on Tuesday.
Surrounded by winter clothing donations in her basement, Alice McGee of Garner, right, embraces one of her homeless clients, Eileen Leighly, 55, after inviting her to her home to dry her clothing and blankets on Tuesday. newsobserver.com
Surrounded by winter clothing donations in her basement, Alice McGee of Garner, right, embraces one of her homeless clients, Eileen Leighly, 55, after inviting her to her home to dry her clothing and blankets on Tuesday. newsobserver.com

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