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  • Friends plan video tribute to honor Rock Hill civil rights, church leader David Boone

    Three friends who attend St. Mary's Catholic Church in Rock Hill are making a video tribute to honor Brother David Boone, a York County civil rights leader and a longtime administator of the church before he retired in 2011. The three are Kerry Barrowclough, Hunter Dest and Lexi Barrowclough. They plan to interview on video people touched and inspired by Boone, 84, who said he has stopped treatment after a long battle against cancer. Boone is a co-founder of the Dorothy Day Soup Kitchen and was active for decades in the Rock Hill civil rights movement.

Three friends who attend St. Mary's Catholic Church in Rock Hill are making a video tribute to honor Brother David Boone, a York County civil rights leader and a longtime administator of the church before he retired in 2011. The three are Kerry Barrowclough, Hunter Dest and Lexi Barrowclough. They plan to interview on video people touched and inspired by Boone, 84, who said he has stopped treatment after a long battle against cancer. Boone is a co-founder of the Dorothy Day Soup Kitchen and was active for decades in the Rock Hill civil rights movement.
Three friends who attend St. Mary's Catholic Church in Rock Hill are making a video tribute to honor Brother David Boone, a York County civil rights leader and a longtime administator of the church before he retired in 2011. The three are Kerry Barrowclough, Hunter Dest and Lexi Barrowclough. They plan to interview on video people touched and inspired by Boone, 84, who said he has stopped treatment after a long battle against cancer. Boone is a co-founder of the Dorothy Day Soup Kitchen and was active for decades in the Rock Hill civil rights movement.

He changed lives in York County for more than 6 decades; they want to tell his story

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