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Age no barrier to good deeds

Not too many 6-year-olds would think of fundraising as an activity to pursue. But Fayetteville resident Andrew Fleming is not your average 6-year-old. The fundraiser he spearheaded Aug. 3 secured needed supplies for the Fayette Youth Protection Homes. Photo/Ben Nelms.

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