Angela Pittenger


Families reporter for #ThisIsTucson. Artist, photographer, mother of one.

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A bird is the symbol of Free Ever After because it represents freedom to Magallanes. Brides can purchase jewelry, veils and wedding dresses at…

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Cynthia Magallanes, a 31 year old mother of three children, is the founder of Free Ever After, an organization that sells used wedding dresses…

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Free Ever After collects donated dresses and sells them. All proceeds fund the organization's mission to help survivors of sex abuse. 

Breakfast, story time, pictures and crafts with Santa.

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Money spent to purchase these gifts will benefit people in this community.

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When times are tough, Tucson families can turn to their school district's food and clothing banks for a little help with the necessities.

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