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Fundraiser for little 'angel'

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By Cindy Simpson

The story of Emilie Gregg, a Rockwood girl facing a rare genetic disorder, has touched many lives.

The angelic-faced youth and her family inspired two Avon representatives to find an organization to do a fundraiser for them.

“I can’t get her out of my mind,” Alicia Webb said.“She was brought into our lives for a reason I think.”

Angie Thompson and Webb both found a partnership with the Avery Trace Civitan Club, which includes members Tonya Watts, director of residential habilitation at Michael Dunn Center.


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