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Joseph Pounds, a 69-year-old Macon man seriously wounded in a shooting here decades ago, needs donations for home repairs. Rebuilding Macon, which helps low-income and disabled people fix up their houses, is helping Pounds but is requesting donations to pay for upgrades to a wheelchair ramp, a screened porch, kitchen cabinets, a toilet and ceiling fans. Pounds is among five people being profiled this week in the Telegraph's annual Reindeer Gang feature, which seeks to lend a hand to locals in need at the holidays. Joe Kovac Jr. The Telegraph

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