How to leave behind a better legacy

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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.-Kathi Jo DeYoung of Ignite said regardless of whether you realize it, you are leaving behind a legacy.  It could be your actions or your words, but what you do today will be remembered by others, so she suggests you figure out what you want it to be and begin working on improving your legacy today.  For more information, click on

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