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More than 100 people gathered around City Hall on Monday night for a celebration of unity in which businesses and other organizations that helped those affected by Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Harvey were honored.

The informal, 30-minute event was hosted by Southern CC, Inc., a nonprofit that aims to provide affordable housing and care for veterans in the community.

Southern CC Inc. CEO Tony U. Brown said he was inspired by how multiple businesses came together to help those in need during the recent hurricanes.

“Everyone came together and the balls started rolling,” Brown said.

Brown said he wanted to encourage people to engage in more community service for people impacted by national disasters.

“Let’s come together a...

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Source: Ashley Parker, Community Outreach Coordinator

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (localmemphis.com) - Local residents and members of the community came together Saturday morning to honor thousands who lost their lives on 9/11.

They did it by setting 3,000 American flags at Forest Hill Funeral Home on Whitten Road.

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Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington – There were no magic wands or singing mice, but for a group of young women who needed help getting to their prom, Spc. Natasha Manning-Redmond and two sorority sisters were nothing short of fairy godmothers.

A chaplain’s assistant assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Battalion, I Corps, Manning-Redmond said she has always considered community service important. That, coupled with her own memories of prom drove her to try and help four Clover Park High Schools Seniors who may have needed some financial assistance to attend the prom.

“I remember my mom stressing about paying for my dress, paying for my shoes. It was so stressful on her,” said Manning-Redmond as she reminisced...

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A group of suburban education activists is giving away free prom dresses and suits this Sunday, April 2, from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m., at the Quinn Community Center, 1945 S. 9th Ave., Room 110, in west suburban Maywood.

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