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The Albany Area Chamber of Commerce held their annual Strive to thrive breakfast Wednesday  morning. 

Community leaders, supporters and partners were acknowledge for their involvement with the program.

The first Jane Wilson Family of the Year award was given to Rhonda Anderson.

Anderson received the award for overcoming adversity and giving back to the community. She went from owning a home, to homeless, and now has a bachelor's degree.

"When you go through situations, it makes you feel all alone. But with Strive 2 Thrive, I realized I wasn't alone,"  said Strive 2 Thrive circle leader  Rhonda Anderson.

Anderson will graduate with her master's degree this fall.

 

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