Wednesday Apr. 23, 2014
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By GATE on 12-02-12 @ 8:01 am
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Sadly, not one comment one this young lady’s bravery. Donate to this most worthy cause. I will.
By Shamrock on 12-03-12 @ 10:23 am
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One of my co workers went to the fundraiser, and he said by 4:30 they had already served 4,000
meals.  The Flathead Valley is an amazing place to live.  So many generous and kind people.  And
yes, Taylor is a very brave young lady. An inspiration to us all.
By Gators on 12-04-12 @ 6:10 pm
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I donated.  What a story.  Really happy you are going to Hawaii.  You will love it.  The people of
Hawaii are friendly just like the great state of Montana.  We wish you all the best.  God Bless!
By Gators on 12-23-12 @ 9:02 am
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I hope the above comments are good….Still think about her everyday..
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