Fresno schoolgirl Danay Ferguson, 9, beams during a news conference in October 2015 to announce her partnership with the Fresno Police Department to donate 1,200 books for patrol officers to give to children in the city.
Fresno schoolgirl Danay Ferguson, 9, beams during a news conference in October 2015 to announce her partnership with the Fresno Police Department to donate 1,200 books for patrol officers to give to children in the city. SILVIA FLORES sflores@fresnobee.com
Fresno schoolgirl Danay Ferguson, 9, beams during a news conference in October 2015 to announce her partnership with the Fresno Police Department to donate 1,200 books for patrol officers to give to children in the city. SILVIA FLORES sflores@fresnobee.com

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