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Paul Anderson cyclists recoup in Jonesboro

50 years ago, Olympic Gold Medalist Paul Anderson biked 1,500 miles from Vidalia, Georgia, to Omaha, Nebraska, to raise awareness about his desire to start a youth home. While he was on his journey, S. Truett Cathy, owner and founder of Chick-fil-A, became Anderson's first contributor. Since then, Anderson was able to establish the Paul Anderson Youth Home, located in Vidalia, Georgia.

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Paul Anderson cyclists recoup in Jonesboro

50 years ago, Olympic Gold Medalist Paul Anderson biked 1,500 miles from Vidalia, Georgia, to Omaha, Nebraska, to raise awareness about his desire to start a youth home. While he was on his journey, S. Truett Cathy, owner and founder of Chick-fil-A, became Anderson's first contributor. Since then, Anderson was able to establish the Paul Anderson Youth Home, located in Vidalia, Georgia.

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