For an entire month, 9-year-old Landyn Bryant saved up money she would normally spend on ice cream at school. She hoarded the change and, at the end of the month, decided to use it to give back to those in need. Shopping at local Dollar General stores had given Bryant an idea. During their one-penny sale, Bryant spent the savings on one-cent, over-the-counter medications, vitamins and supplements. And with a wagon full of medicines, Bryant opened the door of the Good Shepherd Clinic, bearing gifts that surprised the staff on March 14.
UPDATE: Here’s when you can expect to get your bloomin’ onion fix at Dawson County’s first Outback Steakhouse