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Several honored for aiding homeless=20
      The Crusade for the Homeless received the Travelers Aid Society's =
annual Pamela J. Atkinson Humanitarian Award this year.
      The crusade is a communitywide effort to endow a rehabilitation =
plan for the homeless in Salt Lake County. It has garnered $9 million in =
pledges to date.
      Jack Gallivan accepted the award for the organization.
      Travelers Aid, which runs the Salt Lake Community Shelter and Self =
Sufficiency Center, also honored seven individuals and an LDS Church =
stake for their work.
      The honorees were Jamie Plant, for co-directing the shelter's =
children's playroom; Richard White, a volunteer at Travelers Aid's booth =
at the airport; Celia Demman, for arranging Christmas presents for =
residents of Travelers Aid's permanent-housing unit; Charles Stubbs, for =
participating in recreation groups with men in permanent housing; Jason =
Wilde, a Cub Scout leader at the shelter; Glen McBride, for bringing =
local bands to the shelter for entertainment; Clint Lewis, a math tutor; =
and the Murray Parkway LDS Stake, for organizing a Christmas store for =
the overflow shelter in Midvale.



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      = The Crusade=20 for the Homeless received the Travelers Aid Society's annual Pamela J. = Atkinson=20 Humanitarian Award this year.
      The = crusade is a=20 communitywide effort to endow a rehabilitation plan for the homeless in = Salt=20 Lake County. It has garnered $9 million in pledges to=20 date.
      Jack Gallivan accepted the award = for the=20 organization.
      Travelers Aid, which = runs the=20 Salt Lake Community Shelter and Self Sufficiency Center, also honored = seven=20 individuals and an LDS Church stake for their=20 work.
      The honorees were Jamie Plant, = for=20 co-directing the shelter's children's playroom; Richard White, a = volunteer at=20 Travelers Aid's booth at the airport; Celia Demman, for arranging = Christmas=20 presents for residents of Travelers Aid's permanent-housing unit; = Charles=20 Stubbs, for participating in recreation groups with men in permanent = housing;=20 Jason Wilde, a Cub Scout leader at the shelter; Glen McBride, for = bringing local=20 bands to the shelter for entertainment; Clint Lewis, a math tutor; and = the=20 Murray Parkway LDS Stake, for organizing a Christmas store for the = overflow=20 shelter in Midvale.

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