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From left to right, re-enactors Joe Minacapelli, Ed Hartman, Ryan Sontag and John Minacapelli talk amongst each other as they wait for the battle of Amelia Springs during the Civil War re-enactment in Appomattox, Va. on Saturday, April 14, 2014. The Appomattox County Historical Society commemorated the events surrounding the battles of Namozine Church, Amelia Springs and Sailor’s Creek in 1865 with living historians.

From left to right, re-enactors Joe Minacapelli, Ed Hartman, Ryan Sontag and John Minacapelli talk amongst each other as they wait for the battle of Amelia Springs during the Civil War re-enactment in Appomattox, Va. on Saturday, April 14, 2014. The Appomattox County Historical Society commemorated the events surrounding the battles of Namozine Church, Amelia Springs and Sailor’s Creek in 1865 with living historians.

Vice Mayor Ceasor Johnson dances to the song ‘Happy’ by Pharrell Williams outside of City Hall in Lynchburg, Va. on Thursday, April 3, 2014. The City of Lynchburg’s Communication and Marketing department is including city employees as well as local businesses and community members in the making of the short video after Lynchburg recently ranked as the 37th happiest and healthiest city in the nation.

Vice Mayor Ceasor Johnson dances to the song ‘Happy’ by Pharrell Williams outside of City Hall in Lynchburg, Va. on Thursday, April 3, 2014. The City of Lynchburg’s Communication and Marketing department is including city employees as well as local businesses and community members in the making of the short video after Lynchburg recently ranked as the 37th happiest and healthiest city in the nation.

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From left to right, City Hall employees Tori Callands, Victoria Canada, Phyllis McDaniel and Roxanne Grubbs dance to the song ‘Happy’ by Pharrell Williams outside of City Hall in Lynchburg, Va. The City of Lynchburg’s Communication and Marketing department is making a short music video after Lynchburg recently ranked as the 37th happiest and healthiest city in the nation. 

From left to right, City Hall employees Tori Callands, Victoria Canada, Phyllis McDaniel and Roxanne Grubbs dance to the song ‘Happy’ by Pharrell Williams outside of City Hall in Lynchburg, Va. The City of Lynchburg’s Communication and Marketing department is making a short music video after Lynchburg recently ranked as the 37th happiest and healthiest city in the nation. 

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Teresa Jackson feeds her grandson with formula made with purified bottled water out of fear that her tap water has been contaminated by hydraulic fracturing on her family’s property in Wetzel County, W. Va. on Thursday, March 20, 2014. Jackson came home one day and saw stakes in her yard where an oil and gas company was planning to drill. “He said if we don’t come to an agreement, we’ll have our permits by the end of the week and we’ll pretty much do what we want; you can sue us when we’re done,” Jackson said, describing the response she received when she confronted the oil and gas company. 

Teresa Jackson feeds her grandson with formula made with purified bottled water out of fear that her tap water has been contaminated by hydraulic fracturing on her family’s property in Wetzel County, W. Va. on Thursday, March 20, 2014. Jackson came home one day and saw stakes in her yard where an oil and gas company was planning to drill. “He said if we don’t come to an agreement, we’ll have our permits by the end of the week and we’ll pretty much do what we want; you can sue us when we’re done,” Jackson said, describing the response she received when she confronted the oil and gas company. 

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Katrina Taylor tickles her son Derrick, 5, while playing on their trampoline at their home in Locust Grove, Va. on Sunday, March 2, 2014. Taylor has had three children of her own and is about to become a surrogate parent for the third time. “When you’re kid gets off the bus from school and says, ‘Mommy, I love you,’ you can’t put into words how that makes a parent feel. These people are trying so desperately to have their own children and can’t. And I’m able to help them with that.” 

Katrina Taylor tickles her son Derrick, 5, while playing on their trampoline at their home in Locust Grove, Va. on Sunday, March 2, 2014. Taylor has had three children of her own and is about to become a surrogate parent for the third time. “When you’re kid gets off the bus from school and says, ‘Mommy, I love you,’ you can’t put into words how that makes a parent feel. These people are trying so desperately to have their own children and can’t. And I’m able to help them with that.” 

Derrick Taylor, 5, shoves his sister Kamryn, 10, out of the way as he shares secrets with his mom Katrina, 30, at their home in Locust Grove, Va. on Sunday, March 2, 2014. Taylor has had three children of her own and is about to become a surrogate parent for the third time. “I’ve always had really easy pregnancies. I think I can do this,” said Katrina, who has been pregnant every other year since she was 20-years-old. 

Derrick Taylor, 5, shoves his sister Kamryn, 10, out of the way as he shares secrets with his mom Katrina, 30, at their home in Locust Grove, Va. on Sunday, March 2, 2014. Taylor has had three children of her own and is about to become a surrogate parent for the third time. “I’ve always had really easy pregnancies. I think I can do this,” said Katrina, who has been pregnant every other year since she was 20-years-old. 

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