ALS travel in Concord

September 28, 2014 - als

MANY RESIDENTS IN NEW HAMPSHIRE SAY YEAR. THE CONCORD HIGH SCHOOL COMMS PRINCIPAL WHO HAS BEEN DIAGNOSED WITH THE SCHOOL TURNED ITS HOMECOMING O SUPPORT PRINCIPAL JEAN CONLEY AND ALS RESEARCH. KRIA SAKAKEENY HAS MORE ON THE THE PRINCIPAL TOLD HIS COY ALS IN JULY. IMMEDIATELY, THE SCHOOL STAFF BEGAN PLANLO SUPPORT. ALS IS A POWERFUL DISEASE, BUTJUST AS POWERFUL WAS THE ENERGY D CONVICTION OF THE CONCORD HIY MARCHING IN SUPPORT OF THEIR BELOVED PR CONLEY. MR. CONLEY IS THE BEST PRINR HAD. HE IS ALWAYS THERE FOR ALL OF TS HE IS AWESOME. HE IS FAMILY. STUDENTS, PARENTS, ALUMNI, D STAFF WORE SHIRTS WITH THE PRINCID PHOTO. CONNOLLY TOOK PART HIMSELF, OVERWHELMED BY T. A LOT OF DIFFERENT EMOTIONS. we FEEL VERY LOVED. HE SAYS THE DISEASE HAS STS SPEECH, BUT AFTER MORE THAN 10 YEARS AS PRINCIPAL,STOP ANYTIME SOON. we FEEL GOOD. we THINK IT’S EXTREMELY OV HIM, AND IT MEANS A LOT TO M LISA LAMB, CONLEY’S ASSISTANT, SAYS S MADE AGAINST SUCH A DEVASTA SOMEBODY HAS TO FIND SOMETH DO FOR THIS. TO HAVE A DISEASE WHERE THEY HAVE NOTHING TO DO BUT HELP YOU — THERE’S NOTHING THEY C IN THE MEANTIME, SHE SAYS CO SCHOOL WILL BE THERE FOR PRINCIPAL, LAY WAY. TODAY’S WALK RAISED $16,000 TO SUPPS RESEARCH, AND NEXT

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