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SHOTLIST:AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYRoswell, Georgia - 25 September 2013Still image of the program for the homeless reception event.SOUNDBITE:(ENGLISH) Willie Fowler / Held Reception for Homeless "When we got over the shock that the wedding was off and that and we were on for the venue for the event, we decided I had to come up with something to do with the venue.' SOUNDBITE:(ENGLISH) Carol Fowler / Held Reception for Homeless "My husband woke up the next morning and he said as I was picking up the phone to cancel, no, we're going to go with Hosea Feed the Hungry and invite the homeless."Tight of a poster at the Hosea Feed the Hungry and Homeless headquarters that reads: If Hosea Feed the Hungry ins't able to help... who will.SOUNDBITE:(ENGLISH) Willie Fowler / Held Reception for Homeless: "I've always been a person at felt like it's better to give than to receive. So, I wanted to give something to someone that may not have ever had an opportunity to do that." Still image of Carol Fowler and Hosea Feed the Hungry and Homeless president and CEO Elisabeth Omilami talking with people at the reception.Still image of children with a clown at the reception.Still image of Fowler family with Elisabeth OmilamiMid of a working at the headquarters of Hosea Feed the Hungry and Homeless.Tight of a sign for Hosea Feed the Hungry and Homeless.SOUNDBITE:(ENGLISH) Carol Fowler / Held Reception for Homeless "My daughter arrived at the affair and she said, "'Mom this is so surreal." And we embraced and at that time it created a different joy for the both of us."Still image of the Fowler family and Elisabeth Omilami.AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYAtlanta, Georgia - 25 September 2013SOUNDBITE: (ENGLISH) Elisabeth Omilami / Hosea Feed the Hungry "What it means is that they brought hope to hopeless people, they brought love to people who felt they weren't loved, they brought brightness and light to children who were living in darkness."AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYRoswell, Georgia - 25 September 2013Various Stills image if a smiling children at the reception.SOUNDBITE:(ENGLISH) Carol Fowler / Held Reception for Homeless"We would like to move forward with this and have it on an annual basis but we would like to add an educational segment to it. If we educate them and teach them how to fish then they ca begin to feed themselves."Wide zoom tight of a sign at the Hosea Feed the Hungry and Homeless headquarters that reads: Give a man a fish and you can feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.STORYLINE:After learning that their daughter had cancelled her wedding just 40 days ahead of time, Willie and Carol Fowler of Roswell, Ga. decided to throw a reception party for 200 homeless poeople.With the help of an Atlanta outreach organization, hosea Feed the Hungry and Homeless, they keep their wedding reception venue and put on a lavish affair for people who had never experienced such an event.Afterward, the Fowlers decide to make this an annual event with varying degrees of food, education and opportunity for area homeless.