New wheelchair for Noah

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Naomi Williams pushes her 4-year-old son, Noah, in a new wheelchair, which was donated by the Richmond County Sheriff's Office, as she runs a mile with members of a running group named Black Girls Run and members of the RCSO running team on Friday, Oct. 4, 2013. JON-MICHAEL SULLIVANSTAFF
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Sheriff Richard Roundtree puts a badge on 4-year-old Noah Williams' shirt before a new wheelchair is donated to him and his mother, Naomi (right), at the Richmond County Sheriff's Office on Friday, Oct. 4, 2013. JON-MICHAEL SULLIVANSTAFF
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A new wheelchair was donated to 4-year-old Noah Williams and his mother, Naomi, at the Richmond County Sheriff's Office on Friday. The wheelchair was donated by the Sheriff's Office with funds from the benevolent fund. After the ceremony, members of the RCSO running team and the Black Girls Run running team, which informed the RCSO of the Williams' need, went on a 1-mile run with Noah in his new wheelchair. JON-MICHAEL SULLIVANSTAFF
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A new wheelchair was donated to 4-year-old Noah Williams and his mother, Naomi, at the Richmond County Sheriff's Office on Friday. The wheelchair was donated by the Sheriff's Office with funds from the benevolent fund. After the ceremony, members of the RCSO running team and the Black Girls Run running team, which informed the RCSO of the Williams' need, went on a 1-mile run with Noah in his new wheelchair. JON-MICHAEL SULLIVANSTAFF
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Naomi Williams (left) and a family friend, Olivia Pontoo (right), react to seeing the new wheelchair for 4-year-old Noah on Friday. JON-MICHAEL SULLIVANSTAFF
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Naomi Williams smiles with her 4-year-old son, Noah, on Friday. JON-MICHAEL SULLIVANSTAFF
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A new wheelchair was donated to 4-year-old Noah Williams and his mother, Naomi, at the Richmond County Sheriff's Office on Friday. The wheelchair was donated by the Sheriff's Office with funds from the benevolent fund. After the ceremony, members of the RCSO running team and the Black Girls Run running team, which informed the RCSO of the Williams' need, went on a 1-mile run with Noah in his new wheelchair. JON-MICHAEL SULLIVANSTAFF
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A new wheelchair was donated to 4-year-old Noah Williams and his mother, Naomi, at the Richmond County Sheriff's Office on Friday. The wheelchair was donated by the Sheriff's Office with funds from the benevolent fund. After the ceremony, members of the RCSO running team and the Black Girls Run running team, which informed the RCSO of the Williams' need, went on a 1-mile run with Noah in his new wheelchair. JON-MICHAEL SULLIVANSTAFF
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A new wheelchair was donated to 4-year-old Noah Williams and his mother, Naomi, at the Richmond County Sheriff's Office on Friday. The wheelchair was donated by the Sheriff's Office with funds from the benevolent fund. After the ceremony, members of the RCSO running team and the Black Girls Run running team, which informed the RCSO of the Williams' need, went on a 1-mile run with Noah in his new wheelchair. JON-MICHAEL SULLIVANSTAFF
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Olivia Pontoo, a friend of the Williams family, takes a photo of 4-year-old Noah Williams in his new wheelchair at the Richmond County Sheriff's Office on Friday, Oct. 4, 2013. JON-MICHAEL SULLIVANSTAFF
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A new wheelchair was donated to 4-year-old Noah Williams and his mother, Naomi, at the Richmond County Sheriff's Office on Friday. The wheelchair was donated by the Sheriff's Office with funds from the benevolent fund. After the ceremony, members of the RCSO running team and the Black Girls Run running team, which informed the RCSO of the Williams' need, went on a 1-mile run with Noah in his new wheelchair. JON-MICHAEL SULLIVANSTAFF
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Naomi Williams smiles with her 4-year-old son, Noah, on Friday. JON-MICHAEL SULLIVANSTAFF
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A new wheelchair was donated to 4-year-old Noah Williams and his mother, Naomi, at the Richmond County Sheriff's Office on Friday. The wheelchair was donated by the Sheriff's Office with funds from the benevolent fund. After the ceremony, members of the RCSO running team and the Black Girls Run running team, which informed the RCSO of the Williams' need, went on a 1-mile run with Noah in his new wheelchair. JON-MICHAEL SULLIVANSTAFF
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Naomi Williams holds her 4-year-old son, Noah, after running a mile with his new wheelchair, which was donated by the Richmond County Sheriff's Office, with members of a running group named Black Girls Run and members of the RCSO running team on Friday, Oct. 4, 2013. JON-MICHAEL SULLIVANSTAFF
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Naomi Williams holds her 4-year-old son, Noah, after running a mile with his new wheelchair, which was donated by the Richmond County Sheriff's Office, with members of a running group named Black Girls Run and members of the RCSO running team on Friday, Oct. 4, 2013. JON-MICHAEL SULLIVANSTAFF
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A new wheelchair was donated to 4-year-old Noah Williams and his mother, Naomi, at the Richmond County Sheriff's Office on Friday. The wheelchair was donated by the Sheriff's Office with funds from the benevolent fund. After the ceremony, members of the RCSO running team and the Black Girls Run running team, which informed the RCSO of the Williams' need, went on a 1-mile run with Noah in his new wheelchair. JON-MICHAEL SULLIVANSTAFF
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Olivia Pontoo, a friend of the Williams family, checks the straps on 4-year-old Noah Williams in his new wheelchair at the Richmond County Sheriff's Office on Friday, Oct. 4, 2013. JON-MICHAEL SULLIVANSTAFF
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A new wheelchair was donated to 4-year-old Noah Williams and his mother, Naomi, at the Richmond County Sheriff's Office on Friday. The wheelchair was donated by the Sheriff's Office with funds from the benevolent fund. After the ceremony, members of the RCSO running team and the Black Girls Run running team, which informed the RCSO of the Williams' need, went on a 1-mile run with Noah in his new wheelchair. JON-MICHAEL SULLIVANSTAFF
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A new wheelchair was donated to 4-year-old Noah Williams and his mother, Naomi, at the Richmond County Sheriff's Office on Friday. The wheelchair was donated by the Sheriff's Office with funds from the benevolent fund. After the ceremony, members of the RCSO running team and the Black Girls Run running team, which informed the RCSO of the Williams' need, went on a 1-mile run with Noah in his new wheelchair. JON-MICHAEL SULLIVANSTAFF
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A new wheelchair was donated to 4-year-old Noah Williams and his mother, Naomi, at the Richmond County Sheriff's Office on Friday. The wheelchair was donated by the Sheriff's Office with funds from the benevolent fund. After the ceremony, members of the RCSO running team and the Black Girls Run running team, which informed the RCSO of the Williams' need, went on a 1-mile run with Noah in his new wheelchair. JON-MICHAEL SULLIVANSTAFF

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A new wheelchair was donated to 4-year-old Noah Williams and his mother, Naomi, at the Richmond County Sheriff's Office on Friday. The wheelchair was donated by the Sheriff's Office with funds from the benevolent fund. After the ceremony, members of the RCSO running team and the Black Girls Run running team, which informed the RCSO of Williams' need, went on a 1-mile run with Noah in his new wheelchair. JON-MICHAEL SULLIVAN/STAFF

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