Lilly Manning has finished a year at Sacramento City College, and is considering a career as a personal trainer or maybe the Army. "I didn't expect her to go to college - and look at this," says ex-foster mom Maria Gonzalez. "She's got a lot of dreams. She's a strong girl."
Lilly Manning has finished a year at Sacramento City College, and is considering a career as a personal trainer or maybe the Army. "I didn't expect her to go to college - and look at this," says ex-foster mom Maria Gonzalez. "She's got a lot of dreams. She's a strong girl." mcrisostomo@sacbee.com
Lilly Manning has finished a year at Sacramento City College, and is considering a career as a personal trainer or maybe the Army. "I didn't expect her to go to college - and look at this," says ex-foster mom Maria Gonzalez. "She's got a lot of dreams. She's a strong girl." mcrisostomo@sacbee.com

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