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Making a Difference (Tim McGraw) #960886

NBC Evening News for Friday, Nov 13, 2009
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Baton Rouge: Amy Robach) How singer Tim McGraw and his wife Faith Hill are Making a Difference through their Neighbor's Keeper Fund featured; details given about Sister Judith Brun††’s foundation that was helped by Neighbor’s Keeper; scenes shown of Brun’s art show with drawings made by children depicting their experiences during Hurricane Katrina. [McGRAW – notes the money paid for requests at his concerts goes to the fund; talks about the Katrina kids; comments on the feeling of helping someone.] [BRUN – states we hope to make a lifetime of difference through Tim and Faith’s generosity.] [From Brun’s program, Lolita WILLIAMS – comments.]

Williams, Brian;
Robach, Amy

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