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SPIRIT OF OKTIBBEHA: Gilmore dedicates herself to serving, teaching others

July 29, 2013

There’s not a lot Kayla Gilmore isn’t involved with in the city of Starkville.

Whether it’s the International Fiesta and the International Village or volunteering with First United Methodist’s children’s program, Gilmore offers her time and services wherever possible.

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