Maddie Rewcastle, 14, and Mallory Hein, 14, of Notre Dame High School chat in their cardboard shelter at Camp Out to Stamp Out Family Homelessness on Saturday. Groups organized by schools, families and churches spent the night at First Tennessee Pavilion in structures made of cardboard, tape, sheets and a few real tents to raise money for Interfaith Homeless Network.
Maddie Rewcastle, 14, and Mallory Hein, 14, of Notre Dame High School chat in their cardboard shelter at Camp Out to Stamp Out Family Homelessness on Saturday. Groups organized by schools, families and churches spent the night at First Tennessee Pavilion in structures made of cardboard, tape, sheets and a few real tents to raise money for Interfaith Homeless Network.
Photo by Alex Washburn /Chattanooga Times Free Press .
published Friday, October 14th, 2011
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