Rotary Club honors woman for service to disabled
by Ross Williams
08:59 AM, Friday, February 12
In 1998, Atlanta resident Ray Charles Simms was trying to find a job. Blind from an earlier accident that burned over 60 percent of his body, Simms had been out of work for nine months. His options seemed limited, until he heard about the Tommy No...

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