A mystery letter with a $5 bill inside and a return address that simply said “Tehachapi to Redding” inspired Clovis-based Sweet Delicates bakery owner Deandra Miller to launch a pay-it-forward movement benefiting the homeless.
A mystery letter with a $5 bill inside and a return address that simply said “Tehachapi to Redding” inspired Clovis-based Sweet Delicates bakery owner Deandra Miller to launch a pay-it-forward movement benefiting the homeless. Sweet Delicates SPECIAL TO THE BEE
A mystery letter with a $5 bill inside and a return address that simply said “Tehachapi to Redding” inspired Clovis-based Sweet Delicates bakery owner Deandra Miller to launch a pay-it-forward movement benefiting the homeless. Sweet Delicates SPECIAL TO THE BEE
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Mystery letter to Clovis bakery inspires paying it forward to homeless

September 19, 2016 12:21 PM

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