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Prodigal Son Project designed to rebuild lives

10:13 PM, Mar. 9, 2013
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Shawn Bloch fingers what looks like a dog tag hanging on a chain around his neck.

"I wear it every day just as a reminder of the progress I've made," Bloch says of the medallion he was recently awarded for completing a curriculum dealing with integrity.

Bloch, 40, is one of three men who live with Annie Short and her husband, Dave Petri, as part of their Prodigal Son Project. ...

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