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NBC Evening News for Sunday, Dec 27, 2009
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5:5600Making a Difference

(Cecil Morris)

(Studio: Amy Robach) Report introduced.

(Mobile, Alabama: Peter Alexander) The story of a man, the Salvation Army's Cecil Morris, who has dedicated himself to feeding the homeless in Mobile, Alabama, presented; scenes shown from the kitchen & of people eating. [MORRIS - says he knows how it is to be homeless & would be dead without the Salvation Army.] [Salvation Army's houseman Sean TAFT†, area commander Ted MORRIS†- talk about Morris.]

Morris, Cecil;
Robach, Amy;
Alexander, Peter

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