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November 12, 2013

Youth Workforce Oklahoma members donate phones

District Attorney Larry D. Moore speaks Tuesday to participants in Muskogee Youth Workforce Oklahoma after they presented donated cellphones, above, to him for HopeLine, a Verizon Wireless program. Moore said he was impressed by the donation. Moore said it’s the largest single contribution made to the phone collection effort and may very well save some woman’s life or the life of a child. HopeLine phones are available to survivors affiliated with participating domestic violence agencies.

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