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Bobbye Horton spoons chili over corn chips as she makes a lunch for a homeless person.

Bobbye Horton, right, of Pay It Forward 365 spoons hot chili over a bowl of corn chips as she makes a chili pie for a homeless person at Whitman Park this morning.

About a dozen people with Pay It Forward 365 were serving a hot lunch to all takers and giving out personal hygiene care packages and winter items while two cosmetologists gave free haircuts to the homeless.

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