NBC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 13, 2013
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(Miami: Mark Potter) How people are helping others in need during the government shutdown examined; details given about how Houston billionaires John and Laura Arnold are stepping in to provide Head Start services; scenes shown from a Head Start school near Atlanta and other examples. [Cobb County Head Start director Michelle PATTERSON- reacts.] [St. Mary's Food Bank Alliance Jerry BROWN- talks about paying park workers.] [Alpine Bank president Glen JAMMARON- talks about the furloughed workers.] [Curley's House founder Lavern SCOTT- talks about milk for kids.] [Relief worker Teresa DIERS, mother Danica SAM - talk about filling the gaps.]
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