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Letter: Dr. Phil Aaron is a role model for all

Dr. Phil and son Blake

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I almost went into shock when I saw Dr. Phil Aaron walk in the door at Lindsey Wilson College dining center to attend the Chamber Banquet.

I could not believe my eyes. Here's a man that I had been praying for every day. Only four days after having a kidney transplant and he was at the Chamber banquet!

I could hardly believe it. This tells you that he is a role model for all people. I thank God for this miracle and will continue to pray for him.

The Chamber should give him an award for being the most faithful member.

His son, Blake Aaron is to be highly commended on the speech he gave at the banquet. Outstanding and superb!!

Blake, the Chamber is so proud of you. I know you will be a great achiever like your father.

Sue Stivers
Executive Director
Columbia-Adair County Chamber of Commerce



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2008 Chamber Awards Banquet: Blake Aaron speaks



2008-04-30 - Lindsey Wilson College, Columbia, KY - Photo By Duane Bonifer. LWC Photo.
ADAIR COUNTY MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENT BLAKE AARON gave his state-award winning address, "Abraham Lincoln, Great President," at the 2008 Columbia-Adair County Awards Banquet before a record crowd of over 275 guests. Listening from the head table are, from left, Columbia Mayor Pat Bell and Kentucky Lt. Gov. Daniel Mongiardo, and Columbia-Adair County Chamber of Commerce President Donna Stotts.
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