Yatooma’s Foundation for the Kids’ Cruisin’ View

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The nearly 200 people who chose to watch the Dream Cruise action from the dry and air conditioned comfort of the Bank of Birmingham lobby made a good call. They could sip, sup and watch the cruisers through the floor to ceiling windows and via the roof-mounted cam to the beat of rocking oldies music played by a DJ. Steve Owen clowned around making balloon creations for the kids in the crowd, which included Kim Newberry’s three children. Newberry, a former foundation recipient, is now on the advisory board of the organization that helps families who have lost a parent turn the tragedy to triumph. The event collected $3,000 in donations for the foundation.

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