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    First Lady Michelle Obama lent a hand in the season nine premiere episode, which featured the Marshalls, a military family based in Fayetteville, NC. Barbara Marshall, a Navy veteran, established the Steps-N-Stages Jubilee House which provides shelter, support and services to homeless female veterans. Hundreds gathered for the unveiling of the new Jubilee House.
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    EXTREME MAKEOVER: HOME EDITION - "Ward family" -- On June 25, "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" - with celebrity volunteer Mary J. Blige -- traveled to Erie, PA to meet the indomitable Clara Ward, who has cast the adversity of her health and surroundings aside to run a nonprofit youth development and family center from her home.
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    EXTREME MAKEOVER: HOME EDITION - "Hampton Family" - On July 14, 2009,"Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" traveled to Green County, Missouri, to tell the eight members of the Hampton family, all living in a cramped one-bed/one-bath cottage, 792 sq. ft., that they'll have a new home in seven days. The original family of four doubled in size not long ago after a fateful phone call from social services.
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  • Extreme Makeover: Home Edition's Most Surprising Moments

    EXTREME MAKEOVER: HOME EDITION - "Morris Family" -- On October 2, 2009 "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" went to St. Paul, MN with "Good Morning America" weather anchor Sam Champion and The Muppets to meet Sandy Morris, who left a promising career in the public school system to open a daycare within her community. Sandy runs the daycare out of her 100-year-old home, which is falling apart.
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  • Extreme Makeover: Home Edition's Most Surprising Moments

    "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" traveled to Hattiesburg, Miss., with Christian Slater, to meet Sherman Heathcock, a husband and father who re-enlisted in the Army National Guard following 9/11. While Sherman was serving in Iraq, Hurricane Katrina left the family home badly damaged. Sherman works several jobs, leaving no time to repair the damage to their home.
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  • Extreme Makeover: Home Edition's Most Surprising Moments

    The Heathcocks came home to a new house and a roaring crowd. Ty had an added surprise for Sherman -- his other family, the men serving with him in Iraq, were on a satellite feed to "Move That Bus!"
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  • Extreme Makeover: Home Edition's Most Surprising Moments

    Andre and Jasmine Anderson have never allowed their visual impairment to slow them down, but have faced it head on, establishing the Disability Awareness Center in Ohio, to help others who are struggling with sight loss. The couple and their sons learned they would be recipients while aboard the public bus that they ride every day.
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  • Extreme Makeover: Home Edition's Most Surprising Moments

    In Season 7, "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" travels to Pine Mountain Valley, GA, to meet Jeremy and Jennifer Williams, whose son, Jacob, was diagnosed with Spina Bifida before he was born. Several years after Jacob's birth, Jeremy, a high school football coach, was diagnosed with Lou Gehrig's disease. Now the home Jeremy and Jennifer bought 13 years ago is falling apart around them.
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  • Extreme Makeover: Home Edition's Most Surprising Moments

    EXTREME MAKEOVER: HOME EDITION - "Hill family" - Ty Pennington and his team travel to Suffield, Connecticut with special reason to whistle while they work as they rebuild the small, fire-damaged and deteriorating home of the musical Hill family, who give the gifts of song and inspiration to their community.
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  • Extreme Makeover: Home Edition's Most Surprising Moments

    EXTREME MAKEOVER: HOME EDITION - "Hill family" - Ty Pennington and his team travel to Suffield, Connecticut with special reason to whistle while they work as they rebuild the small, fire-damaged and deteriorating home of the musical Hill family, who give the gifts of song and inspiration to their community.
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