Staff Photo by Allison Kwesell
Jessica Salas, 7, watches television in her home with her siblings and cousins. Jessica's extended family lost their home and $1,500, a month’s worth of work, in a fire a few weeks before Christmas. The Chattanooga Times Free Press Neediest Cases fund, together with other social service organizations, came together to help the family get into a new home before the holidays.
Staff Photo by Allison Kwesell Jessica Salas, 7, watches television in her home with her siblings and cousins. Jessica's extended family lost their home and $1,500, a month’s worth of work, in a fire a few weeks before Christmas. The Chattanooga Times Free Press Neediest Cases fund, together with other social service organizations, came together to help the family get into a new home before the holidays.
published Tuesday, December 29th, 2009
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