Billie Andrews holds hands with Meals on Wheels volunteer Jim Turkington after he delivered lunch to her Haltom City home.
Billie Andrews holds hands with Meals on Wheels volunteer Jim Turkington after he delivered lunch to her Haltom City home. Khampha Bouaphanh kbouaphanh@star-telegram.com
Billie Andrews holds hands with Meals on Wheels volunteer Jim Turkington after he delivered lunch to her Haltom City home. Khampha Bouaphanh kbouaphanh@star-telegram.com

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