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Pay It Forward Group Enriching Lives of Others

Published: Aug. 8, 2016

The 11 women in the Pay It Forward Club sit very quietly. They listen as a complete stranger tells the story of his worst night.

The young stranger, Tyson, tells them about the going-away party, the bonfire, the fact that he was so proud he was leaving for Army basic training the next day.

He tells them about messing around with an aerosol can, just a little stupid half-drunk fun with fire until the hairspray can rolled into the flame and he tried to pick it up and ...

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