Tonieh Ross of Charlotte is, with friends, sending money, food and supplies to some 20 people desperate for help in their native Liberia, mostly children. Here she holds flowers, a gift to the children of Liberia to show them that there is hope.
Tonieh Ross of Charlotte is, with friends, sending money, food and supplies to some 20 people desperate for help in their native Liberia, mostly children. Here she holds flowers, a gift to the children of Liberia to show them that there is hope. Charlotte Observer
Tonieh Ross of Charlotte is, with friends, sending money, food and supplies to some 20 people desperate for help in their native Liberia, mostly children. Here she holds flowers, a gift to the children of Liberia to show them that there is hope. Charlotte Observer

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