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LIVING ST. LOUIS

Huggable Heroes

  • Aired: 08/17/2012
  • 05:16
  • Rating: NR
Living St. Louis producer Margaret Enright profiles seventeen-year-old Madelyn McGlynn of Belleville who’s made it her personal mission to eradicate malaria in Uganda. She is one of this year’s fifteen honorees chosen by Build-A-Bear Workshop as part of their Huggable Heroes program. The program, dedicated to honoring young people from all over the United States and Canada for their impressive cha
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