Huntersville resident Denise Houston, left, looks at a clown figurine as Levi Richardson, 10, right, picks out a shell in a glass dome during the Carolina Comfort Coalition's Serenity House yard and bake sale in Mooresville.
Huntersville resident Denise Houston, left, looks at a clown figurine as Levi Richardson, 10, right, picks out a shell in a glass dome during the Carolina Comfort Coalition's Serenity House yard and bake sale in Mooresville. MARTY PRICE Marty Price
Huntersville resident Denise Houston, left, looks at a clown figurine as Levi Richardson, 10, right, picks out a shell in a glass dome during the Carolina Comfort Coalition's Serenity House yard and bake sale in Mooresville. MARTY PRICE Marty Price

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