EXTREME5.FE.011607.JEL - RALEIGH - JANUARY 16, 2007 - Doris Alston, left, tutors students at Hope Elementary Charter School in Raleigh on Tuesday, January 16, 2007. Extreme Makeover donated the services, supplies and products to the Raleigh school for some improvements that included renovations to the cafeteria as well as new tables, chairs, refrigerators and counters for the cafeteria. Staff Photo by Juli Leonard / The News & Observer
EXTREME5.FE.011607.JEL - RALEIGH - JANUARY 16, 2007 - Doris Alston, left, tutors students at Hope Elementary Charter School in Raleigh on Tuesday, January 16, 2007. Extreme Makeover donated the services, supplies and products to the Raleigh school for some improvements that included renovations to the cafeteria as well as new tables, chairs, refrigerators and counters for the cafeteria. Staff Photo by Juli Leonard / The News & Observer Juli Leonard Juli Leonard
EXTREME5.FE.011607.JEL - RALEIGH - JANUARY 16, 2007 - Doris Alston, left, tutors students at Hope Elementary Charter School in Raleigh on Tuesday, January 16, 2007. Extreme Makeover donated the services, supplies and products to the Raleigh school for some improvements that included renovations to the cafeteria as well as new tables, chairs, refrigerators and counters for the cafeteria. Staff Photo by Juli Leonard / The News & Observer Juli Leonard Juli Leonard
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