COLUMBIA — It’s early December, and the wind has a bite to it. Rock Bridge High School seniors Kate Hunt and Brandon Wilder, both 18, hustle through the gusts from house to house, asking neighbors for donations of any amount. Under layers of fleece and wool, they wear matching powder blue T-shirts that read “Partners in Health,” which is a nonprofit organization that provides free health care to people in need all around the world.
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