Salvation Army Holiday Tour

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John Sebby (right), director of development, talks about the Men's Emergency Shelter during the Holiday Tour of Homeless Shelter on Saturday, Dec. 21, 2013. The shelter has 46 beds. For two hours, groups toured the center with activities at the end for children, including coloring and placing an ornament on the tree. "We want people to see what is behind the kettle," Sebby said.
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Three-year-old Sebastian Briatico puts an ornament on the tree at the Salvation Army Center of Hope at the end of the tour during the Holiday Tour of Homeless Shelter on Saturday, Dec. 21, 2013. For two hours, groups toured the center with activities at the end for children, including coloring and placing an ornament on the tree. "We want people to see what is behind the kettle," said John Sebby, director of development.
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For two hours, groups toured the Salvation Army Center of Hope for the Holiday Tour of Homeless Shelter with activities at the end for children, including coloring and placing an ornament on the tree. "We want people to see what is behind the kettle," said John Sebby, director of development.
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Jayden Davis (center), 4, and Sebastian Briatico (foreground), 3, put money in the red kettle at the Salvation Army Center of Hope during the Holiday Tour of Homeless Shelter on Saturday, Dec. 21, 2013. For two hours, groups toured the center with activities at the end for children, including coloring and placing an ornament on the tree. "We want people to see what is behind the kettle," said John Sebby, director of development.
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For two hours, groups toured the Salvation Army Center of Hope for the Holiday Tour of Homeless Shelter with activities at the end for children, including coloring and placing an ornament on the tree. "We want people to see what is behind the kettle," said John Sebby, director of development.
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John Sebby (right), director of development, talks about the Men's Emergency Shelter during the Holiday Tour of Homeless Shelter on Saturday, Dec. 21, 2013. The shelter has 46 beds. For two hours, groups toured the center with activities at the end for children, including coloring and placing an ornament on the tree. "We want people to see what is behind the kettle," Sebby said.
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John Sebby (left), director of development, gives a tour during the Holiday Tour of Homeless Shelter on Saturday, Dec. 21, 2013. For two hours, groups toured the center with activities at the end for children, including coloring and placing an ornament on the tree. "We want people to see what is behind the kettle," Sebby said.
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Jayden Davis (left), 4, and Grace Gill, 9, put ornaments on the tree at the Salvation Army Center of Hope at the end of the tour during the Holiday Tour of Homeless Shelter on Saturday, Dec. 21, 2013. For two hours, groups toured the center with activities at the end for children, including coloring and placing an ornament on the tree. "We want people to see what is behind the kettle," said John Sebby, director of development.
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John Sebby, director of development, gives a tour during the Holiday Tour of Homeless Shelter on Saturday, Dec. 21, 2013. For two hours, groups toured the center with activities at the end for children, including coloring and placing an ornament on the tree. "We want people to see what is behind the kettle," Sebby said.
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Grace Gill, 9, colors at the Salvation Army Center of Hope during the Holiday Tour of Homeless Shelter on Saturday, Dec. 21, 2013. For two hours, groups toured the center with activities at the end for children, including coloring and placing an ornament on the tree. "We want people to see what is behind the kettle," said John Sebby, director of development.
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Grace Gill, 9, colors at the Salvation Army Center of Hope during the Holiday Tour of Homeless Shelter on Saturday, Dec. 21, 2013. For two hours, groups toured the center with activities at the end for children, including coloring and placing an ornament on the tree. "We want people to see what is behind the kettle," said John Sebby, director of development.
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For two hours, groups toured the Salvation Army Center of Hope for the Holiday Tour of Homeless Shelter with activities at the end for children, including coloring and placing an ornament on the tree. "We want people to see what is behind the kettle," said John Sebby, director of development.

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For two hours, groups toured the Salvation Army Center of Hope for the Holiday Tour of Homeless Shelter with activities at the end for children, including coloring and placing an ornament on the tree. "We want people to see what is behind the kettle," said John Sebby, director of development. JON-MICHAEL SULLIVAN/STAFF

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