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In one community in North Carolina, a tradition of decorating the neighborhood with homemade Christmas balls has grown into something bigger and brighter: a community effort to raise funds to feed the hungry. And now the idea is spreading to other communities. Willie Geist reports in the latest edition of TODAY’s uplifting Hope to It series.