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  • “Bad teeth run in my family,” she said. “And meth didn’t help.

    Former methamphetamine addict Valerie LaChapelle works the drive in window in the McDonalds on Vista Avenue. A customer, who asked to remain anonymous, has offered to pay for her dental work. She estimates the cost at $6,000 to $8,000. Spend a few minutes with Valerie as she charms customers during her morning shift.

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She bought her customers breakfast. Then customers started buying each other's breakfast, too.

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