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Adair leaders want to raise Organ Donation Registry numbers
Dennis Loy, Adair County Circuit Court Clerk, Adair County Physician Dr. Phil Aaron, Adair County Nurse Mary Keltner are hoping that Adair County will demonstrate the Adair County Way dramatically with 100% of drivers signing the Organ Donation Registration
Register Online: To participate in the program, visit the KY Trust for Life Website at Donate Life Kentucky Or, Visit you Local County Court Clerk's office. See the information at the end of this story
By Ed Waggener
The number of drivers signing drivers licenses to become organ donors in South Central Kentucky is low, especially in Adair County, where the registration hovers around 10% one of the area's and the state's lowest participation rates.
Shelley Heavrin, Executive Director of the Kentucky Circuit Court Clerk's Trust for Life, has recently moved to the post after being with the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, where she was director of Communications. She's offered to help the local effort to raise the numbers, and plans to be in Adair County soon. "The really big thing to remember about the organ and tissue donation program is that it is not a search for a cure. It is a cure," she said.
Seven County rankings,
drivers signing Organ Donation registration
Dennis Loy, Adair County Circuit Court Clerk, Adair County Physician Dr. Phil Aaron, Adair County Nurse Mary Keltner are hoping that Adair County will demonstrate the Adair County Way dramatically with 100% of drivers signing the Organ Donation Registration.
CIRCUIT COURT CLERKS
In Seven County area
For more on organ donation, see Kentucky Circuit Court Clerks Trust for Life
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