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    John D. Simmons - jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com
    Erika Hussey, 13, brings her mother, Christie Hussey, a completed bag of necessities that will be given to homeless people this week. Volunteers from Elevation Church spent the morning at the Urban Ministry Center stuffing bags with socks, toiletries and other necessities that will be given out to homeless people in camps and under bridges during the annual homeless count next week. The annual homeless count begins this week with an increased number of volunteers as advocates for the homeless seek to find those living in the woods and other hard to find places.
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    John D. Simmons - jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com
    Necessities like socks, shampoo and razor blades wear packed into bags by volunteers from Elevation Church Saturday. The bags will be given to homeless people this week. Volunteers from Elevation Church spent the morning at the Urban Ministry Center stuffing bags with socks, toiletries and other necessities that will be given out to homeless people in camps and under bridges during the annual homeless count next week. The annual homeless count begins this week with an increased number of volunteers as advocates for the homeless seek to find those living in the woods and other hard to find places.
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    John D. Simmons - jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com
    Volunteers from Elevation Church spent the morning at the Urban Ministry Center stuffing bags with socks, toiletries and other necessities that will be given out to homeless people in camps and under bridges during the annual homeless count next week. The annual homeless count begins this week with an increased number of volunteers as advocates for the homeless seek to find those living in the woods and other hard to find places.
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    John D. Simmons - jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com
    Lynette Carland, a volunteer from Elevation Church, helped pack bags for the homeless Saturday. Volunteers from Elevation Church spent the morning at the Urban Ministry Center stuffing bags with socks, toiletries and other necessities that will be given out to homeless people in camps and under bridges during the annual homeless count next week. The annual homeless count begins this week with an increased number of volunteers as advocates for the homeless seek to find those living in the woods and other hard to find places.
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    John D. Simmons - jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com
    Volunteers from Elevation Church spent the morning at the Urban Ministry Center stuffing bags with socks, toiletries and other necessities that will be given out to homeless people in camps and under bridges during the annual homeless count next week. The annual homeless count begins this week with an increased number of volunteers as advocates for the homeless seek to find those living in the woods and other hard to find places.
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    John D. Simmons - jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com
    (from left) Christie Hussey, Shanay Leach, Erika Hussey and Tiera Parker were some of the volunteers from Elevation Church that spent the morning at the Urban Ministry Center stuffing bags with socks, toiletries and other necessities that will be given out to homeless people in camps and under bridges during the annual homeless count next week. The annual homeless count begins this week with an increased number of volunteers as advocates for the homeless seek to find those living in the woods and other hard to find places.
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    John D. Simmons - jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com
    Tiffany Deitz (center) and her son Brantley Deitz, 13 were two of the volunteers from Elevation Church that spent the morning at the Urban Ministry Center stuffing bags with socks, toiletries and other necessities that will be given out to homeless people in camps and under bridges during the annual homeless count next week. The annual homeless count begins this week with an increased number of volunteers as advocates for the homeless seek to find those living in the woods and other hard to find places.
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