A Love Story: They weren’t high school sweethearts. Rachael and Jason were members of the same baseball team! “Our Dads coached. We practically lived at Amelia Little League Park in Beaumont, Texas. Jason and I have been dating for six years. We grew up in the same town and went to school together. Both our Dads were plant workers and our Moms worked in the school cafeteria. I was a tomboy and not once was I ever interested in dating Jason or "crushing" on him." Over time they drifted into…

A Love Story: They weren’t high school sweethearts. Rachael and Jason were members of the same baseball team! “Our Dads coached. We practically lived at Amelia Little League Park in Beaumont, Texas. Jason and I have been dating for six years. We grew up in the same town and went to school together. Both our Dads were plant workers and our Moms worked in the school cafeteria. I was a tomboy and not once was I ever interested in dating Jason or "crushing" on him." Over time they drifted into…

Diane Shaneyfelt, flight registered nurse, meets with Matt Bergland, flight paramedic, after landing in an air medical helicopter for Hero Day activities Sept. 11 at Odyssey Elementary School in District 49. A four-person team with Memorial Star, operated by Med-Trans, landed in a nearby park to greet lines of preschool through fifth grade students. The team typically flies within a 150-mile radius of Memorial Hospital in Colorado Springs.

Diane Shaneyfelt, flight registered nurse, meets with Matt Bergland, flight paramedic, after landing in an air medical helicopter for Hero Day activities Sept. 11 at Odyssey Elementary School in District 49. A four-person team with Memorial Star, operated by Med-Trans, landed in a nearby park to greet lines of preschool through fifth grade students. The team typically flies within a 150-mile radius of Memorial Hospital in Colorado Springs.

Diane Shaneyfelt, flight registered nurse, meets with students after landing in an air medical helicopter for Hero Day activities Sept. 11 at Odyssey Elementary School in District 49. A four-person team with Memorial Star, operated by Med-Trans, landed in a nearby park to greet lines of preschool through fifth grade students. The team typically flies within a 150-mile radius of Memorial Hospital in Colorado Springs.

Diane Shaneyfelt, flight registered nurse, meets with students after landing in an air medical helicopter for Hero Day activities Sept. 11 at Odyssey Elementary School in District 49. A four-person team with Memorial Star, operated by Med-Trans, landed in a nearby park to greet lines of preschool through fifth grade students. The team typically flies within a 150-mile radius of Memorial Hospital in Colorado Springs.

"I am Stephen I am a US Army Veteran that is making my way life after just finishing up school potentially headed to nursing school in the next couple years and have had a particularly interesting time transitioning out of the Military back into normal everyday life.  In comes Ollie... I rescued this pup about 5 months after getting out of the service and my life hasn't been the same since. He is 3 now and has been by my side so much. He has really helped me anchor down my new life and…

"I am Stephen I am a US Army Veteran that is making my way life after just finishing up school potentially headed to nursing school in the next couple years and have had a particularly interesting time transitioning out of the Military back into normal everyday life. In comes Ollie... I rescued this pup about 5 months after getting out of the service and my life hasn't been the same since. He is 3 now and has been by my side so much. He has really helped me anchor down my new life and…

"I am Stephen, I am a US Army Veteran that is making my way life after just finishing up school potentially headed to nursing school in the next couple years and have had a particularly interesting time transitioning out of the Military back into normal everyday life. In comes Ollie... I rescued this pup about 5 months after getting out of the service and my life hasn't been the same since. He is 3 now and has been by my side so much. He has really helped me anchor down my new life and…

"I am Stephen, I am a US Army Veteran that is making my way life after just finishing up school potentially headed to nursing school in the next couple years and have had a particularly interesting time transitioning out of the Military back into normal everyday life. In comes Ollie... I rescued this pup about 5 months after getting out of the service and my life hasn't been the same since. He is 3 now and has been by my side so much. He has really helped me anchor down my new life and…

School nurse Julie Schortmann explains fitting and fastening life jackets for 12th grader Breazyihannah Ross, 19, during safety activities April 25 at Springs Ranch Elementary School in Falcon School District 49. Ross was visiting with other students in the Mild/Moderate Needs Program at Falcon High School. The educational activities were delivered by the Junglemobile from Children's Hospital Colorado in Denver.

School nurse Julie Schortmann explains fitting and fastening life jackets for 12th grader Breazyihannah Ross, 19, during safety activities April 25 at Springs Ranch Elementary School in Falcon School District 49. Ross was visiting with other students in the Mild/Moderate Needs Program at Falcon High School. The educational activities were delivered by the Junglemobile from Children's Hospital Colorado in Denver.

Ninth grader Justone Killett, 15, discusses emergency phones calls with school nurse Julie Schortmann during safety activities April 25 at Springs Ranch Elementary School in Falcon School District 49. Killett was visiting with other students in the Mild/Moderate Needs Program at Falcon High School. The educational activities were delivered by the Junglemobile from Children's Hospital Colorado in Denver.

Ninth grader Justone Killett, 15, discusses emergency phones calls with school nurse Julie Schortmann during safety activities April 25 at Springs Ranch Elementary School in Falcon School District 49. Killett was visiting with other students in the Mild/Moderate Needs Program at Falcon High School. The educational activities were delivered by the Junglemobile from Children's Hospital Colorado in Denver.

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