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BELLEAIR – The Belleair Beach Ladies Luncheon Club donated to the Bridging Freedom-Restoring Stolen Childhoods, an organization that combats the sex-trafficking of minors and is working to build a therapeutic safe home to provide long-term, comprehensive care to these victims in a secure environment.
 
Laura Hamilton, founder of the organization and pictured center in the white coat, holds envelopes of donated monies from the club members. The ladies luncheon was held at the Belleair Country Club on Dec. 10. F
 
or more information about the organization, visit www.bridging freedom.org. To learn more about the ladies lunch club, contact Barbara Chapman at 581-8929.

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BELLEAIR – The Belleair Beach Ladies Luncheon Club donated to the Bridging Freedom-Restoring Stolen Childhoods, an organization that combats the sex-trafficking of minors and is working to build a therapeutic safe home to provide long-term, comprehensive care to these victims in a secure environment.
 
Laura Hamilton, founder of the organization and pictured center in the white coat, holds envelopes of donated monies from the club members. The ladies luncheon was held at the Belleair Country Club on Dec. 10. F
 
or more information about the organization, visit www.bridging freedom.org. To learn more about the ladies lunch club, contact Barbara Chapman at 581-8929.

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