Teenager Delivers Thanksgiving Meals To People In Need

Contributor: Ellen Bryan
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Updated: 11/28/2012 11:55 pm

A 15-year-old boy continues to give back to his community. Reese Kemp has headed up several projects to give back to his community, and today he delivered Thanksgiving meals to families in need.

He had people nominate families who could use a meal for Thanksgiving, collected the food, and then delivered the meals.

Reese is living with cystic fibrosis and says he knows what it’s like when someone helps you out.

Reese didn’t deliver all of the meals today though. He has a few more families to visit before Thursday.

To learn more about what Reese is doing in the community, visit this link: www.facebook.com/ReesesBucketList 


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