Shreveport - Too often during the holidays we can forget the misfortunate. "They've had to miss their children during the holidays as well," said Greg Pangallo, a member of the Air Force. "Things that the average citizen don't necessarily have to experience and it can be hard feeling lonely during the holidays due to that. " The annual feast was a treat for all service members in the Shreveport-Bossier area.
It happened when he woke up one day. "Instead of me just talking, I put action behind it right then and there and do whatever I can to help them just to give them a little bit of hope to extend that hope," said 29-year old Divine Abram. "I'm just trying to put the foot forward and be one of the people that show people, hey you can do this. Let's make it happen. Let's come together and do it. That's why I'm doing it.
She has a passion for animals and wants to provide equality for them in the years to come, but it will start today as she won the nomination for Zookeeper for a day at Gators and Friends. "These animals all have a purpose and I believe that humans and animals should be created equally and be treated equally and they shouldn't be different," Chirhart said. "They shouldn't be different because they walk on four legs and can't talk doesn't mean that we should treat them like their nothing."
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Selecting a term
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