Buckley Report: Giving away the house

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What would you do to get a home?

A nice, four-bedroom home with the mortgage paid off sound enticing? Dannae White hopes so.

Dannae’s father, Flonzo Camack, had a dream. It was a relatively simple one: Help as many people as he could. Flonzo was a talented jazz musician who used much of his spare time playing on street corners around Greensboro to raise money toward his dream of building a home for people recovering from substance abuse. But Flonzo died in 2002 before that dream was realized.

Now his daughter, Dannae, is trying to complete that dream in a most unusual way … as you’ll see in this edition of the Buckley Report.

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