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You don’t often hear about young people inspiring the older generation. But that is exactly what happened to Luanne Stahl.
She heard Los Alamos High School graduate Rachel Hill describe the greatest gift her parents ever gave her and it propelled Stahl into action.
Hill explained her most precious present was when her parents freed a sex slave in her name.
Her story prompted a memory for Stahl, when one of her teenage relatives hosted a dance-a-thon with her church’s youth group to raise money to free a sex slave.
As a result, Hill and Stahl put their heads together and produced Operation Freedom, a local group working to support Transitions Global, an organization that frees people from human trafficking and helps to re-integrate them into society.
To assist this organization, Operation Freedom is hosting a dance. The dance will held from 7-10 p.m. Saturday at Ashley Pond.
The event will include a DJ, dance, music, food, silent auction and raffle that will include prizes such as an iPod Touch, and iPod shuffle, gift cards from local businesses, a paintball gun and donated art from local artists.
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