Dallas siblings win modeling contest, donate to ch...
by Bill Baldowski
02:01 PM, Tuesday, July 29
Local residents have become two of the better-known child models for back-to-school fashion merchandise of a nationally-known children’s shoe retailer. Dallas brothers Johnnie Gordon, 8, and Jaylon Gordon, 7, sons of Johnnie and Felicia Gordon, ha...

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