From left to right, Siblings Robert, 10; CJ, 12; Breanna, 17 and Heavenly, 2, formerly of Muscogee County, celebrate their adoption by Sam and Ashley Way of Marion County on Sept. 30.
From left to right, Siblings Robert, 10; CJ, 12; Breanna, 17 and Heavenly, 2, formerly of Muscogee County, celebrate their adoption by Sam and Ashley Way of Marion County on Sept. 30.
From left to right, Siblings Robert, 10; CJ, 12; Breanna, 17 and Heavenly, 2, formerly of Muscogee County, celebrate their adoption by Sam and Ashley Way of Marion County on Sept. 30.

Couple steps up to provide a forever home for four Muscogee County siblings

November 12, 2016 09:42 PM

UPDATED November 16, 2016 11:47 AM

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