Red Cross turns 100 in Colorado

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(Photo: Courtesy of American Red Cross)
<p>Cheshire Lively (left) and her daughter, Jackie Norris, at the Red Cross office in Denver in the 1960s, shortly after Norris signed up to operate an overseas recreation center for troops in Vietnam. Her mother performed a similar job during World War II. The young women working at these centers were often known as Donut Dollies.</p>