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Waynesboro native gives back

HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) -

A Waynesboro native came back to her hometown for this holiday season with an idea to give back something to the community.

New York actress Tanesha "Jules" Nobles set out make Christmas brighter for 100 kids in her community. She and her fiance gave Christmas bags to children in the area. The holiday bags included winter hats, touch screen gloves and candy.
at a local church in town.

Tawanda Wesley, assistant to "Jules" Nobles, "It is very important to give back because some people are not as fortunate as others. So that is one of the main goals in doing this, this year."

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