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3 Year-Old Aidan Wright's Recovery
-- Your Help Is Needed
Viewers of cvilleok.com:
My name is Russell Wright, and I am a 1994 graduate of CHS. My family moved to the Charlotte, NC area in August 2007.
For those who may remember, my oldest son, Aidan, nearly drowned a little over a year ago in a pond at his grandfathers house. Kim Thompson (CHS Class of 1990 and fellow CHS Band Alum) sent an email to Ted asking for your prayers. He has made a lot of amazing progress, but we are ready to take the next step to improve his condition even more. Based on our research, that next step is Stem Cell Therapy.
Stem Cell Therapy cannot be performed in the US unless you use your own child's cord blood. Unfortunately, we did not bank Aidans cord blood, so we will have to travel outside the US for this treatment. More specifically, we will have to go to China.
To cover the costs involved for travel and the therapy, it will cost us in the neighborhood of $30,000-$35,000. Aidan and my wife, Erin, would travel to China and spend about a month there. While he is there, he will receive 4-7 injections of Stem Cells as well as undergo physical and occupational therapy during that time..
can you help? If you go to our blog at http://www.prayforaidan.com
there are details on how you can donate via PayPal or order Pray for Aidan
bracelets. If you are willing or able to help in other ways, please feel free
to contact us by leaving a comment on the blog.
Connecting People With Opportunity
Career Fair -- April 4, 2009 In Skiatook
is opportunity in Oklahoma! With so much of the daily news being doom and gloom
concerning the rising unemployment rate, a bright spot of hope is shining for
those seeking new career opportunities.
CHS Canopy Will Connect Classrooms
|The Feb. 19th date on this photo shows you about how far behind I'm running this week ... and I forgot to check again this week ... but construction has begun on the covered walkway between the newest classrooms at Collinsville High to the Main Building to the East.|