Winston-Salem teen holds iPod drive for dementia patients

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -- It started out as a small service project, but for 17-year-old Daniel Hudgins, an Eagle Scout project quickly turned into much more.

“I was hoping for a few,” Hudgins said. “But what I got was more than I expected.”

In March, he started an iPod drive, getting friends and family to help him collect used iPods, headphones and iTunes gift cards.

All of it to be donated to the music and memory program at Williams Adult Day Center.

The program uses music to help...

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