Children's Advocacy Center of Central Texas

Michelle Carter, executive director of the Children’s Advocacy Center of Central Texas, far right, cheers as she helps to officially open the renovated building with the Lowe's volunteers who helped make it happen Monday in Belton. Over the course of eight days, more than 100 volunteers from 16 Lowe’s stores from Waco to south Austin and College Station completely refurbished the inside of the aging building the advocacy center calls home.

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