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Kristina Garabedian of Fresno, who founded ShoeBox Sharing, gathers volunteers each year to make fleece blankets, then donates them and other supplies to people in Armenia, India, Rwanda, Bolivia and Romania, as well as local groups such as CASA, Craycroft Center and Marjaree Mason Center. She is one of Craig Kohlruss ckohlruss@fresnobee.com
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