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Organ Donation Registry: The need
to join is right in Adair Co. KY

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 Now: Do it for Martie Corbin and others who may live because you Act now to Give Life To participate in the program, visit the KY Trust for Life Website at Donate Life Kentucky Or, Visit you Local Circuit Court Clerk's office. See the information at the end of this story
About: Adair leaders want to raise Organ Donation Registry numbers


I am writing in response to your article on Organ donation. I am currently on the transplant list for a double lung transplant so I urge everyone to please sign the back of your drivers license. Tell your family members your wish to donate.

I don't think people realize that there are people right here in Adair and surrounding counties who are on the transplant list for lungs or different organs.

So please I beg of you sign the back of your license. It could be my life you save.

Thank you,
s/Martie Corbin

This story was posted on 2010-09-11 08:23:31
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