This is one of "those" projects. It is apparently going to be trying every step 
of the way.

I was proven right this morning after all of Robert's good work and what I had 
added to make this work.  It turns out that the one service who was anxious to 
consume the JSON output expects that the JSON be a certain format. When I run 
their format through jslint it does not validate unless I add quotes around the 
name portion of the name:value pairs. In addition they use (perfectly valid) 
square brackets around the children groups that the output from json_encode() 
does not contain.

I am ready to take a loss on this one but I really didn't lose - Robert gave me 
a great way to retrieve the data with one query and create valid JSON from it. 
Thanks again Robert!

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