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Gainesville shelter for homeless receives $5,000
Bottom row from left are AT&T Pioneer Betty Gillespie, chapter 124 President Glenda Stephens and My Sister’s Place adviser Judi Garofalo; middle row are My Sister’s Place treasurer Debbie Elliott, AT&T Pioneer Evelyn Brown and My Sister’s Place Chairman Jo Hughes; back row are AT&T Pioneer Pat Gulley, My Sister’s Place Executive Director Brandee Thomas and AT&T Regional Director Paul Chambers.

My Sister’s Place, a Gainesville shelter for homeless women and children, recently received $5,000 from the AT&T Pioneers Georgia Chapter 124.