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Family feeds homeless in Roanoke

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ROANOKE - A local man spends the day with his family feeding the homeless. David McFall heard about a movement called "Make the Homeless Smile" through a Youtube video put out by a group called True Story ASA. That is when he, his wife and their three little girls packed 30 lunches and handed them out all over Roanoke. For McFall, feeding the homeless is a cause close to his heart.  The McFall family says many people have reached out to them wanting to help, and they are hoping this movement will catch on throughout Roanoke. To find out how you can get involved, you can go to David McFall's Facebook page.

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