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I had no idea what ALS was. In fact, I didn’t even know what the acronym stood for.
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Last October 27 was a day the young students of Kindling Kids’ Functional Intelligences (KKFI) cannot easily forget because it was full of fun not only for them but also for their parents. 572 more words