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Old 05-13-2009   #23
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I found this on the website

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Wednesday morning we kick off our month-long series “Early’s Angels” with the heart-warming story of a young man from Houston. Sixteen-year-old Gary Lynn was born with cerebral palsy, but he’s not letting that stop him from helping others like him. He’s created a foundation to support research for cerebral palsy. Gary’s passion is sports, and while he doesn’t get to play the, he dreams of one day sitting front row at a professional sporting event. So, we granted Gary that wish and got him front row tickets to see the Mets play in New York with our very own Harry Smith.Tune in to meet this inspiring teen and hear his amazing story of generosity.
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