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06/25/2012

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Mark Carter

Gage, congratulations on representing Kosair's. I know you and your parents will enjoy it greatly as my daughter was the representative last year. We had a great time. You have a great story to tell our representatives to help secure funding for pediatric hospitals across the US.

Have fun and again, enjoy the trip.

Jennifer Landis

Gage,
Kudos to you for volunteer service at Kosair Children's Hospital!
http://www.whas11.com/news/local/Louisville--162938146.html

What a truly remarkable and inspirational young man! We look forward to meeting you next week at Family Advocacy Day.

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