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By Marcus Huff
Staff Writer 

Jack's Box brings charity to Worland

WORLAND – It all started with a trip to Salt Lake City. Accompanying his mother to Utah for a doctor's visit, Jack Pharaoh of Greybull saw his first homeless people on the streets when he was 9.

 

January 31, 2018

Marcus Huff

Jack Pharoah

WORLAND – It all started with a trip to Salt Lake City.

Accompanying his mother to Utah for a doctor's visit, Jack Pharaoh of Greybull saw his first homeless people on the streets when he was 9.

"There were so many people with just blankets or a coat and no food or place to live," remembered Jack. "I came home and told my parents I wanted to do something so people didn't have to be like that."

Jack took his savings, $75 from his piggy bank, and went down to the local food bank with the intent of donating his money and volunteering to help. The food bank told Jack he was too young to work...



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