Holiday Mail for Heroes in Lamar Co.
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Programs began Wednesday and will continue through Tuesday. This years theme is Kelly Tough, a phrase that has characterized co-founder Jim Kellys recent battle with cancer. Kelly and his wife Jill established the Hunters Hope Foundation in 1997 after their infant son, Hunter, was diagnosed with Krabbe leukodystrophy, a fatal nervous system disease. When I had to get a feeding tube put in during my chemo and radiation treatments, Kelly says, I thought of my son, Hunter, and how I was more like him now. I look up to these kids, because they fight so courageously every day. Through support of the Ralph C.
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Chelsi Smith Anchor/Reporter, Paris Bureau Chelsi Smith joined the News 12 team in March of 2013 and is excited to begin her career as an anchor and reporter for our Paris bureau. Connect With Me: LAMAR COUNTY, TX– A four month campaign honoring US soldiers kicks off in Lamar County Thursday. “Holiday Mail for Heroes” is sponsored by the American Red Cross. Thursday’s event is to explain to those interested in joining a team or just becoming a volunteer. People are encouraged to form teams, and get sponsors, for holiday cards to send to the active and hospitalized soldiers this holiday season. They will meet at That Guy’s Coffee on Clarksville Street in Paris from 5:30 until 8 P.M.
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A new record of an estimated 26.5m fans watched the final between Germany and Argentina. “A lot of people still ask ‘when is soccer going to make it in the United States?’ I think it has,” Daniel Wiersema, a fan from Austin who traveled to watch the U.S. team at the World Cup, told CNN. “Compared to 2010, we saw significant interest the very moment the tournament kicked off and then a swelling interest as the U.S. progressed through the group and elimination stages.