Darlene Kellogg helps her daughter Darlesha King, 12, construct a shelter out of cardboard and tape at Camp Out to Stamp Out Family Homelessness on Saturday. Kellogg, who brought both her children to the Camp Ou, t said that she wants them to grow up understanding homelessness and how fortunate they are and sees the event as an opportunity to help out the community.
Darlene Kellogg helps her daughter Darlesha King, 12, construct a shelter out of cardboard and tape at Camp Out to Stamp Out Family Homelessness on Saturday. Kellogg, who brought both her children to the Camp Ou, t said that she wants them to grow up understanding homelessness and how fortunate they are and sees the event as an opportunity to help out the community.
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published Friday, October 14th, 2011
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