JUSTIN MITCHELL/SUN HERALDMaggie Banks, owner of the MissiHippie clothing line, gives some of her proceeds to Bright Kids, an orphanage in Uganda. She sells her shirts at Matthew Print and Apparel in Gulfport.
JUSTIN MITCHELL/SUN HERALDMaggie Banks, owner of the MissiHippie clothing line, gives some of her proceeds to Bright Kids, an orphanage in Uganda. She sells her shirts at Matthew Print and Apparel in Gulfport.
JUSTIN MITCHELL/SUN HERALDMaggie Banks, owner of the MissiHippie clothing line, gives some of her proceeds to Bright Kids, an orphanage in Uganda. She sells her shirts at Matthew Print and Apparel in Gulfport.

Uganda orphanage buys vaccines, cow, bedding - thanks to groovy Gulfport gal's T-shirts

January 23, 2016 7:59 PM

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