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People of the Year (Part I) #847749

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 26, 2006
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) Updates on three Persons of the Week presented; scenes shown of a Marine who runs a charity {Carolina for Kibera} in Kenya to fight poverty & ethnic tension, a Texas teacher who collected food for hungry kids with her Backpack Buddies program & a man whose mission is to fly World War II veterans to Washington, DC, see the memorial to their war. [Marine Capt. Rye BARCOTTE††- says he is engaged in two forms of public service.] [Texas kindergarten teacher Kayla BROWN - says she tries to fix what she can.] [Physician's assistant Earl MORSE††- talks about the veterans & their transformation.]

Gibson, Charles

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