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Kelsey's Courage Scholarship Non-Profit Foundation will again be having a picnic in Adams, ND on Saturday, September 14th & to celebrate what would have been Kelsey's 17th birthday. The money raised will go towards a scholarship to help assist a senior high school student to pursue a medical or nursing degree. This year we are going to have a silent auction and much more.....keep checking back for updates.
Any items for the silent auction can be dropped off at any Simplot location or mailed to Kelsey's Courage, PO Box 173, Adams, ND 58210.
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In Loving Memory of Kelsey Mae Misialek
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Kelsey Mae Misialek was one of over 6,000 honored on May 27th, 2013 in Honolulu, Hawaii for the "Lantern Floating Ceremony." It was beautiful!
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Michaela Misialek, mother of Kelsey, shares their families journey with over 600 students attending the ND FCCLA State Convention that was held in Bismarck April 7-9. Michaela shared how couragous Kelsey was in her life and in her death. Kelsey had a passion for The Children's Miracle Network & FCCLA. Michaela was able to bring awareness to organ, tissue and eye donation as well as the importance of FCCLA to The Children's Miracle Network.
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Michaela and Kevin Misialek, parents of Kelsey Mae Misialek, participated in 100.3 Cat Country and XL 93 FM Miracle Maker Radiothon for Sanford Children's Hospital Fargo this past February. They helped Children's Miracle Network raise more than $12,000 for local kids.