A corporation’s gesture intended to nurture young artists and their minds got the recognition it deserves recently when the board of the Hearts of Tyler organization presented the 2010 recipient of the Brick Street Award. This honor goes to persons or corporations who have exhibited a willingness to “go the extra mile” in the Rose …
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February 2, 2011
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