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  • 82 year-old Joan Brodnax and 17 year-old Dominic McCullough prove true friendship knows no boundaries

    On a particularly hot Texas afternoon some five years ago, 12-year-old Dominic McCullough found himself sitting on the curb outside of then 77-year-old Joan Brodnax's home. Dominic had wandered into the neighborhood, just a stone's throw from his family's town home on Las Vegas Trail, following a violent tantrum from an older sibling, a common occurrence in the McCullough home. What happened next, he says, changed the course his life forever. (video by Jared L. Christopher)

On a particularly hot Texas afternoon some five years ago, 12-year-old Dominic McCullough found himself sitting on the curb outside of then 77-year-old Joan Brodnax's home. Dominic had wandered into the neighborhood, just a stone's throw from his family's town home on Las Vegas Trail, following a violent tantrum from an older sibling, a common occurrence in the McCullough home. What happened next, he says, changed the course his life forever. (video by Jared L. Christopher)
On a particularly hot Texas afternoon some five years ago, 12-year-old Dominic McCullough found himself sitting on the curb outside of then 77-year-old Joan Brodnax's home. Dominic had wandered into the neighborhood, just a stone's throw from his family's town home on Las Vegas Trail, following a violent tantrum from an older sibling, a common occurrence in the McCullough home. What happened next, he says, changed the course his life forever. (video by Jared L. Christopher)

Let’s Talk About the Trail: A forum that puts this area’s stark issues on the table

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