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Making a Difference (Katie’s Krops) #1080990

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Oct 23, 2014
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Bethesda, Maryland: Natalie Morales) The story of teenager Katie Stagliano††, who started a garden to feed the hungry after she grew a 40-pound cabbage in 2008, presented; details given about the growth of her idea and her winning of the Clinton Global Citizen Award; map shown of youth-run gardens; clip shown from the documentary “The Starfish Throwers.” [STAGLIANO – says kids in other states are starting gardens benefitting those in need in their communities.] [Young gardener Katie CANNON – says she has given over 150 pounds to her local food bank.]

Williams, Brian;
Morales, Natalie

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