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Hulk star tells Boys & Girls to find their own path
Ferrigno speaks at annual event
After speaking about his life and career while overcoming a hearing disability, renowned body builder and actor Lou Ferrigno accepts a work of art created for him by members of the Boys & Girls Club of Bulloch County from board vice president Alison Rich during Thursday's 11th Annual Steak & Burger Dinner.
Lou Ferrigno, the championship bodybuilder turned actor famous around the world since becoming “The Incredible Hulk” nearly 40 years ago, told Boys & Girls Club of Bulloch County members and supporters not to look to other people for approval, but to find their own passion and make a list of things they want to accomplish. After the microphone was raised to his height, Ferrigno began to talk directly to the more than 400 people who filled the Nessmith-Lane Conference Center ballroom for the 11th Annual Steak and Burger Dinner. It served, as always, as a major fundraiser for the club, which this year marked its 15th year providing social activities and learning help for underprivileged children.
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