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Ringgold Soldier to be honored at Ringgold vs. LFO Football Game

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Former soldier and Ringgold native, Sgt Jason Smith will be honored by Friday night at the Ringgold-LFO game. 

Smith, an alum of Ringgold High School, was wounded while serving in Afghanistan in 2012 resulting in the amputation of both legs.  

Kick-off for tonight's game is at 7:15 at Ringgold's Tigers Stadium.  

Sgt. Smith is the recipient of Steps 2 Hope's next major project of a home built to meet his physical needs.  Steps 2 Hope will be taking donations at the game to help with the upcoming build.  

To volunteer or donate, go to Steps2Hope.com and click on “Volunteer or Donate to Jason's New Journey”.



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