Frank and Julie Brown blend passion for printing, invitations and gifts

Frank Brown started with Aflac in 1978 before helping to launch a printing business at Main Street Village in 1985, later purchasing it and changing the name to Odyssey Printing and Graphics. Julie Brown gave up her speech pathology job with a local school system to start the retail store By Invitation in 2010

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Rivertown School of Beauty hair stylists offer free cuts at Safe House with the Police Benevolent Association

Barbers and stylists gave haircuts to men and wash and sets for women as a belated Valentines gift a the Safe House as part of the Blue Lights & the Homeless Love Project
Robin Trimarchi The Ledger-Enquirer
Rivertown School of Beauty hair stylists offer free cuts at Safe House with the Police Benevolent Association 2:07

Rivertown School of Beauty hair stylists offer free cuts at Safe House with the Police Benevolent Association

Sunday Interview with Maj. Gen. H.R. McMaster 25:42

Sunday Interview with Maj. Gen. H.R. McMaster

War correspondent Joe Galloway remembers his best friend and 4:40

War correspondent Joe Galloway remembers his best friend and "blood brother," Lt. Gen. Hal Moore, 94, during memorial services for retired soldier at the National Infantry Museum. Moore commanded the 1st Battalion, 7th Cavalry Regiment in Vietnam at the Battle of Ia Drang in 1965. The two men wrote the book "We Were Soldiers Once ... and Young" based on the battle, and in 2002 Mel Gibson portrayed Moore in the film "We Were Soldiers."

7th Cavalry soldiers perform the flag-folding ceremony to lay to rest retired Lt. Gen. Hal Moore 1:37

7th Cavalry soldiers perform the flag-folding ceremony to lay to rest retired Lt. Gen. Hal Moore