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Topic - Courtney
Steve Wilson holds up a small, round utensil of some form by the handle.
Redskins running back Jawan Jamison is driven by a desire to help his mother Shanda Barnes-Davis, who has been battling cancer.
"What do you think this is?" he asks his wife, Courtney, as the two recently went about the business of squaring away their downtown Greenfield shop full of antiques, vintage items and primitives.
"It just kind of snowballed," she said.