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Siple serves others through The Santa Project

December 30, 2013

Duane Siple & Ranger

CLOE — During the holiday season, many get caught up with buying gifts for family and friends. Some may never stop to think about those who may not have the means to buy gifts or even have a Christmas.

For one little boy and his disabled grandmother, such was the case — until one man made it his mission to reach out and help.

Duane Siple is a kindhearted man who has spent the last 10 years living with Lou Gehrig’s Disease.

Read the full story in Tuesday's edition of The Spirit.

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