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December 25, 1989 | JULIE WHEELOCK
Lois Lee, founder of an agency for homeless teen-agers, and actor Gregory Harrison are among the people brought together by their dedication to Celebrity Outreach Foundation, a recently established charity service. The foundation is a nonprofit agency designed to help small charitable groups find celebrities to enhance their visibility. There are other celebrity-finding organizations that charge fees, but foundation president Robert Oettinger says this is the only no-cost group.
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December 25, 1989 | JULIE WHEELOCK
Lois Lee, founder of an agency for homeless teen-agers, and actor Gregory Harrison are among the people brought together by their dedication to Celebrity Outreach Foundation, a recently established charity service. The foundation is a nonprofit agency designed to help small charitable groups find celebrities to enhance their visibility. There are other celebrity-finding organizations that charge fees, but foundation president Robert Oettinger says this is the only no-cost group.
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April 30, 1987 | IDELLE DAVIDSON, Idelle Davidson is a Los Angeles free-lance writer. and
For many years, Gregory Peck has had a sweet picture hanging in his office that was taken during the filming of "To Kill a Mockingbird." "It's just a little photo," said Peck. "Mary Badham, the little girl--now a big girl and a mother and a breeder of quarter horses--just wandered over and put her arms around me and rested her head on my chest. Neither one of us was aware that it was being taken." Peck said the photo "expresses that trust that she had in me. She adopted me as a temporary father."
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