Newsworthy People: Harry Chapin, Korczak Ziolkowski and Earl Holliman

Learn how Harry Chapin worked on solutions for world hunger; Korczak Ziolkowski carved a statue of the Sioux Chief Crazy Horse; and Earl Holliman served as chairperson for Responsible Pet Care Week.



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Harry Chapin helped co-found World Hunger Year, in 1975,  to provide constant exposure for the facts about starvation and to help search for causes and solutions.
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Korczak Ziolkowski has spent the last 30 years drilling and blasting a 641-by 513 foot statue of Sioux Chief Crazy Horse out of Thunderhead Mountain.
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Earl Holliman served as national chairman for Responsible Pet Care Week, which focuses its attention on both the joys and the responsibilities of pet ownership.
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