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Reply KennymeD
7:40 PM on November 30, 2017 
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Reply Kim Fritchie
6:10 PM on February 15, 2015 
I taught one of these little sweeties in Sunday School and would love to support the cause:)
Reply dawn goodnough
2:27 PM on November 27, 2013 
I too am a parent of a pws child .Gavin is 14 and has been the light of my life.I just finished reading and crying over your story have feeling yes some one knows how I felt. thanks so much I would love some info on the walkathons, we have noting like that where im from
Reply KyleighsAuntie88
4:43 PM on March 14, 2012 
So exciting the second walk is right around the corner! Love you Kyleigh!!
Reply Krystal Ellington
9:54 PM on April 17, 2011 
Hi, Pam! Thank you for your post and I'm so thankful that the organization of this walkathon has led me to so many other PWS parents. Our children are so beautiful and special. It is my hope that one day Dr. Butler can find a cure for our angels through his research with the proceeds we are donating to KU Endowment. If you don't mind my asking, where are you from? Keep in touch and I hope things are going well with your daughter. :)
Reply Pam Snow
6:03 PM on April 16, 2011 
I have a beautiful 17 year old daughter with PWS. She is so much more than her diagnosis! Thank you for this walk-a-thon. I hope it is the first of many more.
Reply Kathy McCormick
5:00 PM on March 27, 2011 
Your story sounds so much like mine. My Connor was diagnosed at 3 months, and that was considered early 9 years ago. God bless progress!! Don't let those Internet sites scare you. You're doing a great thing with the Walk-a-thon. I hope I can meet you there -

Kathy (Warrensburg, MO)
Reply Renee Hayde
11:41 PM on February 21, 2011 
I think this is a wonderful thing you are doing. Please let me know if there is anything I can do!