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[WRITER=jen]
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[SUPER=@Joy1;]
[SUPER=@Jacey1;]

Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning....... Airlines are saying the skies are friendly once again... But the Washington-Reagan National Airport remains closed.
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And women roll up their sleeves for one charity, Building this house has special meaning for one woman. More on those stories and more, coming up in just a few moments...
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[2-shot toss to Hello]

[Attacks]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=sun am]
[WRITER=jsu]
[TAPE#=]
[GRAPHIC=War on Terrorism]


President Bush says Americans should expect a different kind of war.
That message comes as the U-S builds-up its military in the Middle East.
But as Teri Okita reports --peace protestors have a message of their own.
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[SOT5:02:58]
[IN Q=WHILE U-S SPECIAL]
[SUPER=01-Khaled Mansour/United Nations World Food Program; :18]
[SUPER=01-Teri Okita/Reporting; 1:24]
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[OUT Q=Teri Okita, CBS News, Washington]

((TRACK: (engberg video) WHILE U-S SPECIAL FORCES ARE BEING DEPLOYED TO STRATEGIC, MID-EAST AREAS, TALIBAN LEADERS ARE HOLDING MEETINGS IN SEVERAL AREAS AROUND AFGHANISTAN ... PREPARING THE COUNTRY FOR WAR.
(roth video) AND UNITED NATIONS RELIEF IS FINALLY MAKING ITS WAY TO THE

PEOPLE THERE FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE SEPTEMBER 11TH.

(Super: Khaled Mansour/U.N. World Food Program)
SOT: It s a risk worth taking because there are people inside the

country who can starve in a couple of weeks, if we do not continue.
TRACK: IN WASHINGTON AND OTHER U-S CITIES, THOUSANDS OF ANTI-WAR PROTESTORS ALSO FEAR A HUMANITARIAN CRISIS IN AFGHANISTAN AND URGED U-S LEADER TO USE CAUTION BEFORE TAKING MILITARY ACTION.

(NATSD OF PROTESTORS)


TRACK: BUT OPINION POLLS SHOW OVERWHELMING SUPPORT FOR SOME TYPE OF MILITARY RESPONSE. PRESIDENT BUSH MET WITH HIS NATIONAL SECURITY TEAM AT CAMP DAVID, AND IN HIS WEEKLY RADIO ADDRESS, MADE IT CLEAR THAT THIS WILL BE A WAR UNLIKE ANY OTHER.

SOT: (bush) Our war on terror will be much broader than the battlefields

and beachheads of the past. This war will be fought wherever terrorists hide or run or plan.
TRACK: MUCH OF THE INVESTIGATION INTO THE ATTACKS HAS FOCUSED ON GERMANY ... WHERE IT'S BELIEVED SOME OF THE TERRORISTS MAY HAVE ORGANIZED. ONE OF THE SUSPECTS IS NOW WANTED ON MORE THAN 5-THOUSAND COUNTS OF MURDER.
TRACK: FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE THE ATTACKS, THE EMPIRE STATE BUILDING OPENED ITS OBSERVATION DECK TO THE PUBLIC. HUNDREDS LINED UP TO GET A BIRD S EYE VIEW OF THE DEVASTATION AT GROUND ZERO ATOP WHAT IS NOW THE CITY S TALLEST BUILDING.

(Super: Teri Okita/Reporting)

STANDUP: And for the first time, the Bush administration has spelled out a policy for helping opponents of the Taliban. It says that, while the US does not want to choose who rules Afghanistan, it will assist those who seek a peaceful country free of terrorism. Teri Okita, CBS News, Washington.))



[Airports]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=sun am]
[WRITER=jsu]
[TAPE#=]
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Nearly three weeks after the attacks -- the F-A-A has given the Airlines permission for skycaps to resume checking bagging. But only if they have completed additional security training.
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[VO-NAT5:21:26]
[SUPER=03-Washington, DC]


Washington-Reagan National is still the only airport to remain closed.
While Congress is eager to open the airport --it's still a security threat because of its location.
In the meantime -- the airport is being used as an unemployment office.
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[Habitat-Women]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=jus]
[TAPE#=01-31 TC-1:39:20]
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Some area women were using a little elbow grease yesterday . . as they tried their hands at construction.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]


More than thirty women are taking part in Habitat for Humanity's Women Building a Legacy program.
It's an organization that provides affordable housing for low income people.
The women will spend the next fourteen weeks building a home on the Salem Turnpike near 36th street.
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[SOT 20:44]
[IN Q=They're doing everything]

((KAREN MASON/HABITAT FOR HUMANITY: THEY'RE DOING EVERYTHING. THEY'RE PUTTING THE FLOOR SYSTEM TODAY AND NEXT THE WALLS, THE TRUSSES AND THE ROOF, FROM START TO FINISH WOMEN ARE GOING TO DO THIS HOUSE AND WE'RE ALL VERY EXCITED ABOUT IT.))
[SUPER=01-Karen Mason/Habitat for Humanity]
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[OUT Q=excited about it]
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[VO-NAT]


Edith Pryor is especially excited about it.
She will become the homeowner when the house is completed by early next year.
To be eligible, Edith must put in more than a hundred hours helping to build her future home.
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[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=jen]
[SS=None]

[BOTH MICS HOT]
Few figures have had his impact - and given society a reference point on which to view itself . . .
[ANCHOR=Jacey]

Still to come on News 7 Sunday Morning.......
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[Pinnacle] We'll take a look at a Norman Rockwell exhibit that is on display now in Roanoke.
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[Rockwell-Exhibit]


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[WRITER=jen]
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[jacey 1-shot mb] Recent budget cuts in the Commonwealth may have had some impact on the arts in the area - but that the arts are far from drying up. A new exhibit opened at the Art Museum of Western Virginia yesterday showcasing Norman Rockwell's work. And here talk with us about that exhibit is Cindy Hagerman, marketing director of the Art Museum. [2-shot]
[SUPER=07-Susannah Koerber]

Good morning - and thanks for joining us today. Now tell me, what makes this an exciting exhibit?
What made you want to have this exhibit?
Now we have pictures of a few of the painings. Let's take a look, and tell us a little about each one. [take full screens as called for . . will be in order]
(Jacey and guest ad lib about pics.)


Thanks again for joining us this morning. The Norman Rockwell: Presenting the American Century exhibition will be on display through January 20.
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[WEB ADDRESS] And if would like more information on this exhibition or anything else going on at the Art Museum of Western Virginia, you can visit them online by going to OUR website at wdbj7-dot-com and clicking on the Webwatch icon.
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[ANCHOR=JACEY ON CAM]

Stay with us . . News 7 Sunday Morning will be right back. [STRAIGHT TO BUMP] [Albums-Bump] [2-SHOT] [soft music under]
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[COMM # 3][Breast-Cancer]



[ANCHOR=Joy]
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[WRITER=jsu]
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October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. This year alone more than 46-hundred women in Virginia will be diagnosed with the disease. And an estimated thousand will die this year.
Early detection is the best way to beat breast cancer. And one way do that is by self-breast exams. [2-SHOT]
[SUPER=01-Catherine Hagan/Carilion Breast Care Center;]


Here to give us some tips on self breast exams is Catherine Hagan with Carilion Breast Care Center.
1 -- How important are self breast exams

2- At what age should women start doing them and how often.

3-What is the proper technique

4-What should you be feeling for:

5-What should you do if you finding something -- do you need to have a mammogram.

[TOSS TO WEATHER - NO SPONSOR]

Now here's Jacey Birch with a peek at weather.[2Open-Heads]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
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[WRITER=jen]
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[VO-NAT 5:12:37]
[SUPER=#4070;weekend headline banner]

Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning...... More than 50- THOUSAND reservists could be called into active duty. . .
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[VO-NAT 1:57:55]

And Dublin's Volvo plant is planning for a much bigger work load after the company announces its decision to close a plant in South Carolina and re- route the work through the Dublin plant.

We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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[Military]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=sun am]
[WRITER=jsu]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=War on Terrorism]


The Pentagon could call more than 50-thousand reservists to active duty to help defend the homeland.
But how the war on terrorism will be played out --may require many covert operations.
Eric Engberg has details.
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[SOT 5:12:37]
[IN Q=The White House is tight lipped about the kind of war that will be]
[SUPER=03-Washington, DC; :00]
[SUPER=01-Mike Vickers/Former Green Beret; 1:08]
[SUPER=01-Mark Bowden/Author; 1:35]
[SUPER=01-Eric Engberg/Reporting; 1:45]
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((NARR: The White House is tight lipped about the kind of war that will be waged against terrorist Osama Bin Laden.

SOT: BUSH (friday) "SOMETIMES PEOPLE WILL BE ABLE TO SEE WHAT WE CAN DO

ON THE TELEVISION SCREENS. OTHER TIMES THE AMERICAN PEOPLE WON'T BE ABLE TO SEE WHAT WE'RE DOING. BUT MAKE NO MISTAKE ABOUT IT: WE'RE IN HOT PURSUIT."
NARR: And so far those IN hot pursuit are the members of America's most secret military units...called special operations.
They are the Air Force teams who fly night operations at low altitude...to ferry troops and equipment into enemy territory.
They are the Navy Seals. There may be no water near Afghanistan...but Seals are parachutists and among the military's best snipers.
They are the Rangers...the Army's top commandos.
And they are the special forces.. the ultra secret Delta unit....trained in guerilla warfare.. who, according to Adminstration sources, are already in Afghanistan working with the fighters waging a guerilla war against the Taliban.
And the mission for these special soldiers? Mike Vickers is a former Green Beret who also worked for the CIA.

(SOT:VICKERS) "They might be used in this case to determine where

terrorists are located, or taliban military forces for example, and perhaps designate targets that air power could then strike."
NARR: They might also use highly secret communications equipment to pinpoint terrorists when they turn on phones or fax machines. Mark Bowden has written two books on special forces operations.

(SOT: MARK BOWDEN) "THEY'RE TRAINED IN EXTREME SURVIVAL CONDITIONS. YOU

CAN DROP THEM IN THE MIDDLE OF THE DESERT AND THEY CAN FIND THEIR WAY BACK. THEY CALL THEM "SNAKE EATERS"! "
ON CAM: "The last time the United States went after Osama Bin Laden...cruise missiles were the weapon of choice. But in this NEW war against a foe who hides in caves and moves by night...expect 3. The military to turn to its specialists for the dangerous work ahead.
Eric Engberg, CBS News, Washington."))


[10th-Fire]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=rle]
[TAPE#=01-35 TC-1:30:04]
[GRAPHIC=Fire]

12 people lost their home to fire last night in Roanoke.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]

Fire officials say the blaze broke out shortly before 7 o'clock at a house on 10th Street. Twelve people lived in the house, but no one was home at the time. The blaze, which was confined to the second floor, caused an estimated 20-thousand dollars in damage.
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[Lynchburg-Shooting]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
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[WRITER=rle]
[TAPE#=none]
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A Campbell County woman was killed in a shooting Friday night. Lynchburg police say 41- year old Dolly Marie Tinsley was shot outside the Allied Cab Company building shortly before 9-o'clock. Police have charged 47- year old Ronnie Buddy Bullock of Lynchburg with murder, and related firearms charges. Bullock is being held at the Lynchburg Regional Jail without bond.

[Volvo]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=tha]
[TAPE#=01-36 TC-1:33:46]
[GRAPHIC=Volvo]

Volvo's Dublin plant is getting more work. But that's not because of increased orders.
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[VO-NAT 01-30 tc 1:57:55 ]
[SUPER=03-Dublin/January 2000;]

Over the next 15- months, Volvo will be phasing out its Winnsboro, South Carolina plant. As we just said-- the work is transferred to the Volvo plant in Dublin. Volvo officials say they're restructing their operations because the market for heavy trucks has plummeted. It's not clear if any South Carolina employees will be hired on at the Dublin plant-- or if laid off workers in the New River Valley will be called back.
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[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=Sun Am]
[WRITER=jen]
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[BOTH MICS HOT] Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning -
Some local youth are doing their part to help America by tying up some loose ends here in the Star City
[ANCHOR=Jacey]

And . . .
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[VO-NAT]

Lots of furry friends need a home . . . we'll tell you about Adopt-a-Shelter-Dog month in just a few minutes... But first if you are traveling today........ [Jacey ad-lib the travel forecast -- WX PRO]
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[Jacey MIC hot] [ No 2-shot toss go straight to Travel Bump] [soft music under]

[Profile-Open]


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The State Fair of Virginia is an enduring institution.
So is one of its longest serving volunteers.
Tommy Smith ... AKA "Mr. Rabbit"... is this week's Virginia Profile.
Ellen Qualls reports.
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(( In the hustling, bustling world of the state fair, individuals sometimes blend in.
In the barn with the cutest and cuddliest of the animal kingdom, an elderly man moves almost unnoticed through the crowd.
That's because, for 51 years, Tommy Smith's put the focus on the animals.
And he's got his priorities among them.
He ran the rabbit show for 42 years.
[sot tape ONE 12:57:03 ]

((TOMMY SMITH/STATE FAIR VOLUNTEER: WELL I LOVE ANIMALS. OF ALL KINDS. NEVER SHOWED ANYTHING BUT RABBITS.))
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[sot tape ONE 12:56:20 ]

((TOMMY SMITH/STATE FAIR VOLUNTEER: I HAVE SOME IN THE RABBIT SHOW HERE. IT'S JUST A HOBBY. AND IT'S A LOT OF FUN.
Now, are you one of those people who eats rabbits? WELL, EVERYBODY ASKS US THAT. I DO EAT RABBIT MEAT. IT'S A GOOD WHOLESOME MEAT. WE DON'T ADVERTISE IT A LOT BECAUSE YOU OFFEND A LOT OF FOLKS. BUT THEY EAT BEEF, SO YOU KNOW, RABBIT IS GOOD.))
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Now he's assistant livestock coordinator.
That means he "troubleshoots to make sure everyone's got food and water."
And because the Fair takes surveys, and the surveys say people want more agricultural education, Tommy Smith answers questions.
[sot tape 13:00:46 ]

((TOMMY SMITH/STATE FAIR VOLUNTEER: YOU KNOW IT'S REAL FUNNY, WHEN EVERYBODY SAYS WHAT'S THIS COW'S NAME OR WHAT'S THIS RABBIT'S NAME? THEY WANT TO KNOW WHAT ITS NAME... IS IT A MALE OR A FEMALE?))
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So after nine years in the livestock barn, does he have a new favorite?
[sot tape ONE 12:57:19]

((TOMMY SMITH/STATE FAIR VOLUNTEER: WELL, I'D HAVE TO SAY RABBITS. IN FACT, THEY CALL ME MR. RABBIT HERE AT THE FAIR.
BUT I LIKE THE HORSES. I THINK HORSES ARE PRETTY.))
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And in this crowd, that's saying a lot.
The Fair runs through next Sunday.
Ellen Qualls, News 7, Henrico County.))
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[ANCHOR=JACEY/ JOY DOUBLE BOXES]

Now, the Fair isn't the only place you can visit animals. . . you can also go to your local Animal Shelter and maybe even take one home with you . . right Joy? [toss to Joy]



[Animal-Adoption]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
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[WRITER=jsu]
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Last year in Virginia -- more than 10-thousand cats and dogs were destroyed in the Roanoke Valley because they didn't have homes.
October is adopt a "shelter dog" month. [2-SHOT --]
[SUPER=01-William Bandy, Jr./Salem Animal Shelter]


Here to tell us more about adopting an animal is Sargeant William Bandy Junior with the Salem Animal shelter.
1-HOW DO YOU GO ABOUT ADOPTING A DOG OR CAT FROM A SHELTER
[VO]
[RUNS=1:00]


2-WHY WOULD SOMEONE WANT TO ADOPT FROM A SHELTER --(COST? SPAY OR NEUTER?)
3-WHAT DOES IT TAKE TO BE A GOOD PET OWNER
4-HOW MANY ANIMALS DO YOU HAVE AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION AT THIS TIME
6-WHAT SHOULD BE INCLUDE IN THE ROUTINE CAR OF THE ANIMAL
(DENTAL CLEANING? FLEAS? HEARTWORMS?)

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[TAKE FS]
For more information about adopting from the Salem Animal Shelter you can call 540-375-3038
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[ANCHOR=JOY ON CAM]


Jacey will have the forecast right after this.[460-Ax]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=rle]
[TAPE#=01-50 TC-25:24]
[GRAPHIC=Fatal Accident]

A Moneta woman has died after an accident in Bedford County Friday.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Bedford Co./Friday Night]

37- year old Carol Elizabeth Minton died yesterday of injuries sustained in the wreck. Police say she was struck while driving her Harley-Davidson motorcycle on Route 4-60. Authorities say she was hit by 39- year old Viki Lynn Arrington of Goode -- who was driving the wrong direction. Arrington has been charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, and may face manslaughter charges.
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[Giles-Fatal]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=tha]
[TAPE#=none]
[GRAPHIC=Fatal Accident]

Another accident Friday night has also proven fatal . . . this one in Giles County. State police say 19- year old John David Russler of Elliston died when the car he was a passenger in--struck a tractor trailer head- on. Authorities say charges are pending against the driver of the car. Police are not releasing the drivers name at this time.

[Red-Cross]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=sun am]
[WRITER=jsu]
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A string of ribbons will soon be wrapped around the Roanoke Civic Center.
It's one the ways some local youth are hoping to show their support for the victims, families and rescue workers impacted by the terrorist attacks. Here's Jacey with more information.
[JACEY/JOY DOUBLE BOXES]

That's right Joy . . . The event is called "Pull Together Roanoke Valley." [3-SHOT --JACEY AND GUESTS]
[SUPER=01-Susan Whately/American Red Cross]


And joining us today is Susan Whatley, a representative of Red Cross Youth Club --and Rachel Bishop, a member of the club..
[SUPER=07-Rachel Bishop]
(QUESTIONS FOR YOUTH)

1- TELL ME ABOUT THIS EVENT -- HOW DOES IT WORK ( PEOPLE BUY RIBBONS --RIGHT MESSAGE ON THEM)

2-WHY DID YOU WANT TO GET INVOLVED IN THIS EVENT --WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO YOU
3-WHY DO YOU THINK ITS' IMPORTANT FOR YOUTH TO SHOW YOUR SUPPORT

(adult)

1-HOW CAN SOMEONE ELSE GET INVOLVED
2- WHEN WILL YOU WRAP --THE CIVIC CENTER -- HOW MANY RIBBONS WILL IT TAKE TO WRAP THE CENTER? HOW WILL YOU WRAP THE CIVIC CENTER?
3-WHAT WILL ULTIMATELY HAPPEN TO THE RIBBONS?
4-HOW ARE SALES GOING?
5- CAN PEOPLE STILL BUY RIBBONS AND DONATE? HOW DO THEY GO ABOUT DOING THAT? Thanks again for joining us today. And once again, the wrap will take place around 6:00 tonight.
[JACEY ONE SHOT TOSS TO JOY]
And Joy, it looks like the Red Cross Club youth will be getting plenty of exercise today with the project ahead of them. . . but tell me - how are things in sports?

[Heritage-Festival]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=jus]
[TAPE#=01-49 TC-25:15]
[GRAPHIC=none]

Part of Roanoke's heritage was celebrated yesterday in downtown Roanoke.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]


More than ten-thousand people attended the 12th annual Henry Street Heritage Festival at Elmwood Park.
The event celebrates African American culture through performing arts, ethnic foods, and children's activities.
For the first time this year, organizers collected donations to help fund causes throughout the area.
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[SOT 27:57]
[IN Q=It is a fundraiser]

((ALETHA BOLDEN/ORGANIZER: IT IS A FUNDRAISER THIS YEAR, THE HARRISON MUSEUM OF AFRICAN AMERICAN CULTURE ALONG WITH MANY OTHER ARTS INSTITUTIONS IN THIS AREA WERE AFFECTED BY THE BUDGET THIS YEAR AND WE DECIDED TO OPEN THE DOORS TO ASK PEOPLE TO COME TOGETHER WITH DONATIONS TO HELP THE MUSEUM AND ITS PROGRAMS.))
[SUPER=01-Aletha Bolden/Organizer]
[RUNS=16]
[OUT Q=and its programs]
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[VO-NAT]

A portion of the proceeds from the donation box will also go to the America Red Cross to help fund relief efforts in New York.
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[Board]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=jen]
[TAPE#=]
[GRAPHIC=]

For more information call 1-800-422-8482 And we just wanted to let you know about a Breast Cancer Awareness Program coming up on October 25th.