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Assignment America (Hamid Chaudhry) #1009290

CBS Evening News for Friday, Oct 14, 2011
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(Studio: Scott Pelley) Report introduced.

(Reading, Pennsylvania: Steve Hartman) Reading, Pennsylvania Dairy Queen owner Hamid Chaudhry††, a Pakistani immigrant who volunteers his time to help community organizations, featured. [CHAUDHRY – says when you belong somewhere you have to give back; says God bless America.] [Cumru Elementary School principal James WATTS††- reacts to Chaudhry’s offer to host school fund raisers.] [Former Cumru PTO president Dana SLOSEK‡- notes Chaudhry gives them more money than they made.] [Widow Alecia PAGERLY††- comments on Chaudhry’s help in paying for her husband’s funeral.]

Pelley, Scott;
Hartman, Steve

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