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South Georgians help the Make a Wish Foundation

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March 21, 2003

Nashville- South Georgians will get a chance to help sick childrens' wishes come true Saturday.

Berrien County is hosting its 1st annual Kimberly Renfroe Memorial Walk to benefit the Make-a-Wish foundation. Renfroe was a popular high school junior killed in a car accident five years ago. Her sister organized the event and says there no more fitting charity to honor Renfroe's life.

"I researched several charities and found that the Make a Wish Foundation resembled everything Kimberly stood for," said Mills. "She loved children and helped spread hope to everyone."

So far, about $1200 have been collected for the foundation. Registration for the walk begins at 8 Saturday morning at Hope Baptist Church in Nashville.

posted at 1:30 by ashley.harper@walb.com

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