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    Becky Bassett of Saranac, N.Y. and her two daughters Grace, 10, and Paige, 8, watch a plane fly over head with her brother Keith Plumadore of La Plata, Md. at Gravely Point Park, Arlington, Va., Tuesday, February 18, 2014. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)


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    FOR RELEASE SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2014, AT 12:01 A.M. CST - In this photo from Jan. 24, 2014, Michael and Jennifer Schwertfeger are pictured with their daughters Faith, from left, Grace and Autumn in their Mankato, Minn. home. Jennifer has written a book based on the story of, and challenges surrounding Grace's premature birth and ensuing medical issues. (AP Photo/The Mankato Free Press, John Cross)


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    Neale Mansfield, left, executive director of Feed by Grace, talks with Adam and David Cohen of Green Phoenix Farms at a Project Growth Open House in Fort Worth, Texas. Known as Project Growth, the urban farm just minutes from downtown Fort Worth is flourishing. The farm is an initiative of Feed by Grace, a nonprofit organization that ministers to the homeless. Not quite 2 years old, Project Growth trains and employs homeless people to grow organic vegetables, make compost and install gardens around the community. (AP Photo/The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Joyce Marshall) MAGS OUT; (FORT WORTH WEEKLY, 360 WEST); INTERNET OUT


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    Neale Mansfield, right, executive director of Feed by Grace, talks with David and Adam Cohen of Green Phoenix Farms at a Project Growth Open House in Fort Worth, Texas. Known as Project Growth, the urban farm just minutes from downtown Fort Worth is flourishing. The farm is an initiative of Feed by Grace, a nonprofit organization that ministers to the homeless. Not quite 2 years old, Project Growth trains and employs homeless people to grow organic vegetables, make compost and install gardens around the community. (AP Photo/The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Joyce Marshall) MAGS OUT; (FORT WORTH WEEKLY, 360 WEST); INTERNET OUT


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