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GOODWILL HUNTING

Posted: Tuesday September 26, 2006

Father and son find what they’re looking for on ‘a people trip’ across the country
By Sylvia Slaughter, Staff Writer, The Tennessean
Wednesday, August 10, 2005

A father and son began an adventure with a conversation.

“Isn’t there any good news anywhere?” the son asked the father.

The father thought, then responded that perhaps they should find out.

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QUEST FOR GOOD WILL

Posted: Tuesday September 26, 2006

Two Nashvillians ask Americans to do good deeds
By Bill Harless, The City Paper

Beginning in Kentucky and ending in Alaska, two Nashvillians set out across the country, interviewing the men and women they came across, giving each $10, asking each to do a good deed with the money. They were searching for people of good will.

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YOU REFLECT WHAT YOU EXPECT

Posted: Tuesday September 26, 2006

The Journey of a Father and Son
By Mary E. Johnson, SBA, Director of Communications, Insights into Spina Bifida
March/April 2005

When Scott Price, a founder and Board Member of the Spina Bifida Foundation, first saw the cartoon in Barron’s, he had no idea where it would take him. It was a simple drawing of a father and son watching the evening news. The son asked, “Dad, has there ever been any good news?” It made Scott think about all the people who haven’t seen much good news lately.

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