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Making a Difference (Father’s Heart Ranch) #951790

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 05, 2009
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Desert Hot Springs, California: Lee Cowan) Father's Heart Ranch, a group home for abandoned and abused boys founded by former major league baseball player-turned-minister Albie Pearson††, featured; scenes shown from the ranch in the California desert; footage and photos shown of Pearson in his days with the Los Angeles Angels. [PEARSON – talks about the boys and how he bought the property; says his joy is to see young people with no hope get hope and get their lives changed.] [Father’s Heart Ranch Joshua PRATT†- comments on Pearson.]

Williams, Brian;
Cowan, Lee

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