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10th Annual Legacy Dinner



Story and photography by Megan Venable

Hallerin Hilton Hill was recently honored by the Emerald Youth Foundation at the 10th annual Legacy Dinner for his work with the children supported by the organization. Patrons of the Foundation gathered at the Knoxville Convention Center where they were entertained by the Emerald Youth Choir and by Hill with a special performance of “Don’t Give Up.” Guests learned more about the ministry and its mission of providing young people with mentors and program opportunities while developing community leaders.

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