Zumba Miracle at Madison Park
ANDERSON – Natalie Farmer and her sister, Hillary Novak, were about to hand a check for $700 to Dove Harbor, the safe haven organization for women in crisis.
Instead they distributed that amount to a crowd in $5 increments and hoped the gift would come back – with a little bit of a snowball effect.
While tithing is not new to the sisters, deciding to pull a community into the giving experience was a novel – and frightening – idea.
To everyone’s amazement, the $700 brought back a whopping $13,704.95.
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