Jackie's Journal Dec. 7, 20117 Dec, 2011 By: Jackie Jones
DR industry veteran Ray Golden has started a special educational fund for his daughter Amber’s education. Amber Golden has gone through five heart surgeries in her young life and is now in her third year of pursuing a nursing degree in order to give back like those who have helped her. Join Response and the DRMA in supporting Ray Golden and his daughter by sending a donation to: The Amber Golden Education Fund, c/o Wells Fargo Bank N.A., P.O. Box 3408, Omaha, NE 68103. Make checks payable to the Amber Golden Education Fund. For more information, you can also E-mail [email protected]. Thanks for your support.
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