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Inside KELOLAND: Organ Donations

April 21, 2013, 2:30 PM by Anna Peters

Inside KELOLAND: Organ Donations

It's a gift that saves lives. 

April is organ donor awareness month. On this Inside KELOLAND we look at how the selfless gift is having an impact in KELOLAND.

We'll hear from a mother of a donor. She's grateful her son donated his organs following a deadly crash and hopes her story inspires more people to do the same. We'll also hear from LifeSource and the South Dakota Lions Eye & Tissue Bank.
On this Inside KELOLAND we also take a look at Feeding South Dakota's Growing Mission.

Click here to support the Backpack Program.

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