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MRInetwork Charitable Foundation: Flight For Life Update

Bob Bradley and the Flight For Life crew departed the Person County airport located in Roxboro, NC on Saturday, May 17 with a fantastic send-off including a special prayer from Scott Volz from The Hickory Group (MR Hickory). The crew landed in Morristown, NJ where they were greeted by several MRINetwork owners including Jim Malfetti, Dave Campeas, Rick Sinay and Barry Smith. Reps from St. Jude attended the receptions in NC and NJ and were thrilled to accept donations totalling over $6,000. Click here to see the photo. The Flight For Life’s next stop is Bangor, Maine where they are waiting out the storm before they head to Canada. For daily updates on the Flight For Life, follow us on Facebook

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