Denver realtor Bob Hecht, left, and his wife, Linda, stop for a picture while hosting foster children and their families and participants in the Don’t Foul Out Academy and Montagnard children at their home.
Denver realtor Bob Hecht, left, and his wife, Linda, stop for a picture while hosting foster children and their families and participants in the Don’t Foul Out Academy and Montagnard children at their home. Marty Price Marty Price
Denver realtor Bob Hecht, left, and his wife, Linda, stop for a picture while hosting foster children and their families and participants in the Don’t Foul Out Academy and Montagnard children at their home. Marty Price Marty Price

Denver realtor entertains hundreds of children at his home

June 10, 2016 10:19 AM

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