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Shepherd's executive director reflects on 30 years of service

It started out modestly, in a church basement, with a handful of volunteers serving soup to the needy. That was 1983. This year, the Shepherds of Good Hope celebrated its 30th anniversary. Sheila Burnett has been there since the beginning, starting by serving soup as a volunteer in that church basement -- and later becoming executive director of an organization that serves thousands. After 30 years, this will be Sheila's last at the helm:


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