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Middle Tennessee Family Finds New Friends and Southern Hospitality at Ronald McDonald House

Prior to 2014, when Chelsea and her mom Vicki thought about Memphis, the first thing that came to mind was Elvis Presley and barbecue; now they associate Memphis with new friends, Ronald McDonald House and Southern hospitality.  The McMinnville, Tenn., natives traveled to Memphis after Chelsea’s cancer relapsed late last year and moved in to Ronald McDonald House of Memphis soon after their arrival.  “At first we were in one of the normal rooms,” Vicki said. “Once they... Read More
Posted by John Parie at Thursday, August 20, 2015 | 0 comments
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