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									Good Morning KKIM family.........May the Joy of the Lord be with You and Yours!

I Praise God that I am here with you today to share..........Give all Glory to Him who has put us
together!

This is why we are here at KKIM and DDC........

"Be careful for nothing; but in every thing by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your
requests be made known unto God. And the peace of God, which passeth all understanding,
shall keep your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus." Phillipians 4:6-7

If you read DDC, you know I love to read.......yes another book, "The Quotable Oswald
Chambers"Chambers was not famous during his lifetime. At the time of his death, serving
as moral support for British troops in Egypt in WWI, He died at age 43, only three books bearing
his name had been published among a small circle of Christians in Britain and the U.S. Chambers
was much appreciated as a teacher of rare insight and expression, but he was not widely known.

Some quotes from Oswald Chambers........

"Have we ever got into the way of letting God work, or are we so amazingly important that we
really wonder in our nerves and ways what the Almighty does before we are up in the morning!"

On War and turmoil in the World....remember he was writing this during WWI........

"We must take heed that in the present calamities, when war and devastation and heart-break
are abroad in the world, we do not shut ourselves up in a world of our own and ignore the
demand made on us by our Lord and our fellow-men for the service of intercessory prayer and
hospitality and care."

What words of wisdom so fitting yet today! Many shut themselves up in a world of their own.we
need to pray for them!

The little things...........

Ah yes! When we bought the Chevy it came with only one key. It has a chip in it so it is not like I
can go to the local Hardware store and have one made! But it has been a long time and in the
back of my mind........I knew I should have the second key made!

While it happened last night.......I went to the car to get Sharon's pocket book and Reno and Buffy
jumped in thinking we were going for a ride..............well we sure did for about an hour and a
half..........

Buffy came out of the car but Reno stayed in and the car door went shut and his paw hit the
automatic lock!!!!!!!!

Yes Reno then was locked in the car for about an 1 1/2 until a locksmith came! We tried to get
him to hit the unlock button.but no deal...he slept through most of the panic by me and
Sharon..opps let me change that to.......I was the only one in a panic! Sharon of course is a nurse
and boy does she stay calm during my panic attacks!

Going to get that second key now!

We pray this morning for the family of Nick Garza family. Police have recovered what they believe
to be the body of young Nick. For more information you can go to www.nicholasgarza.org Nick
had been missing since Feb 5th in Middlebury, Vermont. After graduating last year from
Albuquerque Academy Nick went off to Middlebury College. A couple of weeks ago I interviewed
Nick's Mom, Natalie. Please keep the family in your prayers.

Your prayers do make a difference.........


Hi Dewey,
Jeff Sommer in Gallatin Tennessee is still fighting for his life. He has a compromised immune
system such that they can't even do any further testing to find out what is wrong. Please pray for
his health, strength, peace and rest for his family. After I told his mother, my dear friend, Linda,
that I sent in this prayer request a couple weeks ago, she said she could "feel" prayers being said
for them. Thank you for your past, present and future prayers.

In Him,
Charlotte

God does answer prayer.and He put's us where he wants us.........

On the plane to NRB is March I sat next to a lady who was going through such tough
times.......family problems.......her son, Jason was in the mental health ward of a hospital because
of depression.......When she told me her son had produced a Christian song.......I said mail it to
me and we will play it! She hardly could believe my words.........weeks later she sent the cd and
we played it on KKIM and will be playing from time to time........Here is a follow up
note............always pay attention to where God has placed you today.........and listen for the Holy
Spirit to send you your duties........

You MADE our day! Jason was very happy to hear this! It has been a
long time for something this positive to happen in his life. God really
made you an angel the day we met.

We look forward to hearing from Michelle as well.

bless you!
joanne

God does answer prayer.this young man has been kicked out of his home by his father along with
other heart break in his life. Keep Jason in your prayers.


Please pray for Russ Eaton who is scheduled to undergo surgery today.

Dear Dewey,
Thank you for meeting with me on Friday, I really appreciate the time we
were able to spend together. As I am sure you could tell my life is in a
little turmoil. Everything has been up in the air since the accident a year
ago. I know God has a plan for me and my family and I realize I need to be
patient and wait on him. However, patience was never my strong suit. Maybe
it soon will be. I tried to write out my testimony to know avail. Its
difficult for me to put in written words all the emotion I've felt in the
past 13 months. I would like to sit down with you and tape my testimony
sometime in the near future following my surgery tomorrow. . Right now my focus (following my
surgery)
is to be re-united with my family ASAP in the Springs and see what God would
have us do.

May God bless you and your powerful radio ministry,
Russ Eaton
Please keep Russ in your prayers.

Also please pray for David.........he contacted me on Friday. he just had watched the TV program
on KCHF that I was on.(they have repeated the interview many times!...must not be any good
repeats!) he needed help! David had been to the Veterans Hospital and Presbyterian Hospital
and was tired of taking pain killers. What a wonderful family we have here at KKIM! I was able to
call Pastor Don Kimbro and he hooked David up with another Pastor in David's section of town. I
Praise God for the wonderful family of resources in Christ we have here at KKIM! Give all glory to
God!!!

Look at this ANGEL!!! My brother Dave Moede in Windom, Minnesota is a Grandpa for the first
time! She is such a wonderful girl........just looking at her lowers my blood pressure and panic
attacks Ha! Ha!




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                                           Baby Girl
                           Birthdate     05/14/2008
                           Birthtime     10:07 AM
                         Weight (lbs,oz) 8 lb, 3.7 oz
                          Length (in)    20 3/4 in
                            Parents      Trista and Chris
                        Physician's Name Dr. Deborah Lachance
Please keep Baby Girl Lachance in your prayers! She lives in Minot, ND!

From Pastor Jesse..............

"Again I say unto you, that if two of you shall agree on earth as touching anything that
they ask, it will be done for them of My Father in heaven. For where two or three are
gathered together in My name, I am there in the midst of them." Matthew 18:19-20
(King James Version). At the core of unity is Jesus. Unified agreement in the body of
Christ brings answers to our prayers, fulfillment of our needs AND the very presence of
the Lord into our midst. If we agree in the name of Jesus the Christ, there can be
harmony, there can be love and, there can be victory! Hallelujah!!!
Let's continue to pray for each other!

May God's healing balm flow unto:

Helen and Claude Asbury and family
Craig and Maxine Jones and Family
Jessica Dompreh
Ron Goodridge and Family
Monica Karikari and Family
Rev. Chrystal Harris and Family
The AMEC
World Peace




In His Service,

Jesse Dompreh
PowerHouse Community Church
Rio Ranch, NM
www.powerhousefellowship.org

Update from International Prayer Dir. for World Vision, John
Robb...........


“Every work of God can be traced to some kneeling form.” – D.L. Moody

“Heaven must be full of answers for which no one ever bothered to ask.” –
Cameron Thompson

Dear Friends,
While some aid is getting into help the cyclone-affected areas of Myanmar,
it is estimated that only about one-fourth of the survivors have received
help. UN General Secretary, Ban Ki-moon is in the country right now and
will be meeting tomorrow (Friday) with General Than Shwe, the top national
leader, to urge that relief from the international community be allowed to
flow throughout the nation. Please pray for a favorable response and that
people will receive the help they need wherever they are located.

In China, about 5 million people are homeless and a huge number of tents
will be needed. Please continue holding this situation in your prayers as
well, praying for World Vision and other humanitarian agencies trying to
meet such vast need in both of these countries.

This next week, two crucial national prayer initiatives will be happening
and I would greatly value your prayer support for them. Colleagues of mine
will be meeting with Somali believers in Christ next door in Kenya to pray
for their nation, May 29-31. Somalia has been wracked by conflict since
1991. About a dozen peace efforts have collapsed. The current warring
parties will meet again on May 31 for further talks, the last day of the
prayer initiative. Please pray for an effective prayer initiative as well
as for productive peace talks that enable the nation to recover.

The Democratic Republic of Congo (formerly Zaire) especially needs God’s
healing touch. Since 1996 when a succession of wars and conflicts erupted,
estimates are that up to five million have perished through disease,
starvation and violence. This is a staggering and awful projection-more
than five times the number who died in the Rwandan genocide-yet it scarcely
gets any mention in the international media. This Monday, Christian leaders
from all eleven provinces and some political officials will gather in the
nation’s capital, Kinshasa, with an international team of prayer leaders to
seek the Lord for His solution. May I ask you to please pray for the
participants and with our team for the following:
  1. That the right people will be able to travel safely and participate
    in this initiative, coming with their hearts prepared to respond to
    the Lord.
  2. For the manifest presence and power of the Holy Spirit, guiding our
    team to know how best to facilitate and serve His purpose.
  3. For real repentance and reconciliation to occur during the event and
    across the nation as it is carried by the media so that Christ’s
    healing may come to this vast, potential-filled land according to His
    promise (2 Chronicles 7:14).
  4. For true peace and stability to come, enabling an end of corruption,
    tribalism, and violent conflict, all of which have hindered the
    country from moving forward into its destiny.

I will try to send you more details from Kinshasa when we arrive on Monday.
Thanks so much for partnering with us in this vital, effectual manner.

Warm greetings,
John Robb

Also please keep Matthew Evans in your prayers....Our Spelling Bee Champ.........

Hi Dewey,

Our family leaves on Saturday for Washington, D.C. for the National Spelling Bee. We thought
you might like some information about it, so attached is the schedule of the broadcast times for
the Bee. Thanks so much for forwarding this on to anyone who might want to watch and/or would
like to pray for Matthew as he competes. We're asking the Lord to help Matthew remember all he
has studied and just do his best at this last competition.

You can log on to www.spellingbee.com anytime during the competition to track any speller's
progress. You can also view photos taken during the week by the Bee photographer. Matthew is
speller #162 this year.

Thanks so much,
Helen Evans

Here is a note from a new friend, who we met because we were asked to prayer for
her...........Andrea works for the same company I do AGM.........she is located in Bakersfield,
California........
God has us be right where He wants us, and with that I am content. I was out of work for 3
months before I got this job and I prayed each day for where God will have me be. I know He put
me here for a reason. Not to mention it is an awesome company to work for.

I have no doubt that if we are putting God first, doing God’s Will, being His hands and feet,
He will bless us and take care of the other things in life. I attend a very radical church with over
15,000 people. Our Pastor has been on T.V, Christian stations, etc. We have grown so big and
that tells me that God is doing something in our church.

Check it out sometime at: www.vbf.org


ANDREA HARP
I actually tried to take the Memorial Day Weekend off.........WOW!!! It was an AWESOME time
with family! I just love playing catch with Gretchen in the back yard.........she really is the only ball
fan in the family besides me and Sharon.

I wanted to share so much with you about Memorial Day.......I hope you caught our Radio special!
Here is some things I wanted to share with you............

Audio slide show


Loved and lost": '...no greater love'


First Lt. Jason Timmerman of Green Valley, Minn., was killed with two other soldiers in Iraq three
years ago. His mother talks about her son in the first of an occasional series that invites mothers
who have lost a child in war to share their stories.
Related Content

       Finding Private Halley
       'No greater love than this'


Finding Private Halley
By PAUL LEVY, Star Tribune
May 24, 2008
This Memorial Day, Dennis Berg will quietly honor "the best friend I will ever have" -- a man Berg
never met, but whose ultimate act of heroism haunted Berg for four decades.
On a sunny morning in November 1966, while traveling by convoy on a road that split the jungle
near the village of Xuan Loc in southeastern South Vietnam, Pfc. Russell Louis Halley sacrificed
his life to save Sgt. Dennis Berg's.
It would take 27 years for Berg to learn who had saved him. And it was not until two years ago, by
telling Halley's hometown of Waterloo, Iowa, at a Memorial Day ceremony of Halley's heroism
that Berg finally came to terms with the happenstance of combat by which his life had been saved
and another's lost.
Berg now wants the world to know about Russ Halley, his mirror image in many ways, who made
Berg's life since Nov. 21, 1966, possible.
Berg, now 62 and chairman of the Anoka County Board, and Halley were small-town kids from
the Midwest who married their high school sweethearts the same month, August 1966, after
receiving their draft notices.
Berg had known Darlene Otteson since they were toddlers in Starbuck, in western Minnesota.
She lived on the farm next door.
Berg was going to business college in Fargo, N.D., when he was drafted. Halley was planning to
become a meat cutter.
"We didn't even know where Vietnam was," his widow, Marilyn Halley-Tarr, said recently.
"Neither did we," said Darlene Berg.
Berg and Halley arrived in Vietnam in September 1966 -- Halley on his 20th birthday. He was with
the 11th Armored Calvary, the Blackhorse Regiment. Berg was a convoy driver with the 87th
Transportation Company.
Halley and his team arrived in Long Binh, Berg's base camp, late on the night of Nov. 20, Berg
recalled. A vintage photograph shows Berg wearing a flak jacket, armed with grenades, a .45-
caliber pistol and a grenade launcher.
But no amount of firepower could have prepared him for what would happen the next morning,
the memories of which prompt Berg to say, "If you don't believe in miracles, live through
something like that."
A deadly ambush
Halley was in one of the nine armored vehicles accompanying the convoy that morning. Berg
drove the fourth truck, carrying gunner Larry Nighswander and sealed containers considered so
precious that, to this day, Berg and his commander, Lt. Neil Keltner, still know nothing about the
contents.
The first 45 minutes were quiet.
Berg remembers listening to the birds that morning. Until he was fitted with computerized hearing
aids, it would be the last time he would hear birds sing for 39 years.
The enemy was the Fifth Viet Cong Division, 274th Regiment -- with more than 1,000 troops on
the south side of the road and riflemen in the trees on the north side.
Suddenly, the world exploded in gunfire. Berg watched in horror as one truck erupted in flames.
Bullets pelted the vehicles like hail.
A bullet grazed Berg's left cheek -- "like a bee sting," he recalled -- and robbed him of his hearing.
Berg and Nighswander bailed out of their truck and scurried to the north ditch as other trucks
exploded.
Pinned down by machine-gun fire, Berg remained frozen in the ditch. He'd never been shot at
before. "Just me and God, at that point," he said.
But the enemy was in the ditches, too.
Exposed to the enemy
Russ Halley knew that. His unit drove past the burning trucks and stopped in front of Berg's.
Halley spotted a Viet Cong gunner with a clear shot at Berg.
Halley stood up, leaving his protective cover, and shot the enemy, exposing himself.
The heaviest fighting was over in 15 minutes. Halley had been shot multiple times -- 19, Berg was
told. He died that night -- one of five Blackhorse cavalrymen to lose their lives in the battle, along
with two truck drivers. Eight other soldiers were wounded.
"I remember being told he was married," Berg said. But in the shock of losing two of his buddies
Berg said, he quickly forgot Halley's name.
Berg wrote about the battle in letters to his brother, Gary. His letters to Darlene were different.
"He never mentioned any of it," she said. "But over the years, bits and pieces came out. And he
began to mention having nightmares."
Said Berg: "I was haunted by what this brave man had done. I had to find out who it was that
sacrificed his life for mine."
Stewing inside
Berg returned to Minnesota in October 1967. He went to work, started a family -- the things Russ
Halley never would do.
For 20 years, Berg "stared at photographs, said he didn't want to remember things and stewed
inside," his wife said.
When the 1986 Freedom of Information Act declassified Vietnam records, everything changed.
Without telling his wife, Berg began poring over documents, calling military officials and veterans -
- searching for clues to the identity of the soldier who had saved his life. He narrowed his search
first to 100 names. Seven years later, the list was down to four.
Halley's widow, Marilyn Halley-Tarr, was living in Monroe, La. She'd remarried and later divorced.
Russ remained her true love. She knew nothing about the circumstances of his death. In fact,
after many years, she had contacted government officials and had his body exhumed -- to see if it
was really Russ in the casket.
In 1993, Berg met somebody who had Keltner's phone number.
He told his former commander that he had narrowed his list to four names. Everything clicked
when Keltner heard the name Russell Halley.
Reaching out to the widow
On Oct. 6, 1993, Berg sent a one-page, typewritten letter to Halley-Tarr.
"I hope this letter will be well received as I know it brings back painful memories. My name is
Dennis Berg. ... I'm not sure how much information you have about the ambush. If you desire, I
would be happy to share what I remember."
Halley-Tarr was stunned. She, too, had been searching for clues, contacting veterans. She and
Berg met with Keltner in San Antonio, Texas.
"To have actually met Dennis and to see what he's done with his life makes me feel that Russ
didn't give his life for nothing," she said from Waterloo, where she now lives.
Nightmares end after 40 years
Two years ago, with the blessing of city officials, Berg gave a Memorial Day address in Waterloo,
to tell its people about the hometown hero most never knew.
"I had a calling in my soul that said I needed to find Russell and tell his story," he told them on
May 29, 2006.
His 40 years of nightmares stopped that night.
"I still think about Russell most every day and I'll take time this Memorial Day to be by myself and
think about all he's given me," Berg said.
"It will be just the two of us. Just me and Russell."
Paul Levy • 612-673-4419

This is from Pat.............



Just a reminder of the DAY and the men and women who gave this great gift or LIBERTY to
you. Thank a Vet!

God Bless America...Because of the BRAVE ....YOU are FREE!

EAGLES UP!

 I invite you to read the notice regarding the National Moment of Remembrance and to view this
video. Thanks and have a great Memorial Day.

http://www.greatdanepromilitary.com/Battle%20Hymn/index.htm


>>>> NATIONAL MOMENT OF REMEMBRANCE ON MEMORIAL DAY

>>>> Pause and unite at 3 p.m. in honor of our fallen.

>>>> Monday, May 26, at 3 p.m. local time, Major League Baseball games will
>>>> stop, Amtrak train whistles will blast across the country and hundreds
>>>> of other nationwide participants will encourage Americans to pause for
>>>> the Memorial Day National Moment of Remembrance. The 'Moment' was
>>>> established by an act of Congress, to honor those who died in service
>>>> to our country.

>>>> All citizens, alone or with family and friends, wherever they may be at
>>>> 3 p.m., local time, are asked to pause for a moment of reflection and
>>>> rededication to give something back to our country in memory of our
>>>> Nation's fallen. The goal is to put "Memorial" back into Memorial Day.
>>>> A Gallup poll revealed that only 28 percent of Americans know the meaning
>>>> of this noble holiday.

>>>> "We want Americans to contemplate those things that bind us together.
>>>> The legacy of those who died to make this country better - from the
>>>> Revolutionary War to the present - is something that strengthens and
>>>> unites us. We want every child to say 'I know why I am free and I know
>>>> who died for my freedom.' " said Carmella LaSpada, Director of the
>>>> White House Commission on Remembrance. The White House Commission on
>>>> Remembrance was established in 2000 by Congress in Public Law 106-579.
>>>> Its purpose is to promote the 'Moment' and the values of Memorial Day
>>>> by acts of remembrance throughout the year.

>>>> The Department of Veterans Affairs has partnered with the Commission to
>>>> bring recognition to the National Moment of Remembrance and encourages
>>>> every American to attend Memorial Day events and to participate in the
>>>> Moment. When we honor those who have made the ultimate sacrifice, we
>>>> are honoring those who have served and those still serving.

>>>> Other participants in the Moment include, NASCAR, the National
>>>> Constitution Center, Liberty Bell, Pennsylvania Turnpike Authority,
>>>> schools, universities, hospitals, United Spinal Association, retirement
>>>> communities, shopping malls, National Parks, National Grocers'
>>>> Association, airports, bus lines, and the International Space Station.




Buffett Sees 'Long, Deep' Recession
Posted: 2008-05-25 07:07:28
Filed Under: Business News, Nation News
BERLIN (May 24) - The United States is already in a recession and it will be longer as well as
deeper than many people expect, U.S. investor Warren Buffett said in an interview published in
German magazine Der Spiegel on Saturday.
AP
Warren Buffett



He said the United States was "already in recession" and added: "Perhaps not in the sense that
economists would define it" with two consecutive quarters of negative growth.

"But the people are already feeling the effects," said Buffett, the world's richest man. "It will be
deeper and last longer than many think."

But he said that won't stop him from investing in selected companies and said he remained
interested in well-managed German family-owned companies.

"If the world were falling apart I'd still invest in companies," he said.

Buffett also renewed his criticism of derivatives trading.

"It's not right that hundreds of thousands of jobs are being eliminated, that entire industrial sectors
in the real economy are being wiped out by financial bets even though the sectors are actually in
good health."

Buffett complained about the lack of effective controls.

"That's the problem," he said. "You can't steer it, you can't regulate it anymore. You can't get the
genie back in the bottle."


From our friend Nic...........



     "Cast thy burden upon the Lord, and he shall sustain thee."
         -- Psalms 55:22
Care, even though exercised upon legitimate objects, if carried to
excess, has in it the nature of sin. The precept to avoid anxious care
is earnestly inculcated by our Saviour, again and again; it is
reiterated by the apostles; and it is one which cannot be neglected
without involving transgression: for the very essence of anxious care
is the imagining that we are wiser than God, and the thrusting
ourselves into his place to do for him that which he has undertaken to
do for us. We attempt to think of that which we fancy he will forget;
we labour to take upon ourselves our weary burden, as if he were unable
or unwilling to take it for us. Now this disobedience to his plain
precept, this unbelief in his Word, this presumption in intruding upon
his province, is all sinful. Yet more than this, anxious care often
leads to acts of sin. He who cannot calmly leave his affairs in God's
hand, but will carry his own burden, is very likely to be tempted to
use wrong means to help himself. This sin leads to a forsaking of God
as our counsellor, and resorting instead to human wisdom. This is going
to the "broken cistern" instead of to the "fountain;" a sin which was
laid against Israel of old. Anxiety makes us doubt God's
lovingkindness, and thus our love to him grows cold; we feel mistrust,
and thus grieve the Spirit of God, so that our prayers become hindered,
our consistent example marred, and our life one of self-seeking. Thus
want of confidence in God leads us to wander far from him; but if
through simple faith in his promise, we cast each burden as it comes
upon him, and are "careful for nothing" because he undertakes to care
for us, it will keep us close to him, and strengthen us against much
temptation. "Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace whose mind is stayed
on thee, because he trusteth in thee."

And now we hand it off to Karen............
Praise, Prayer and a Poem…All for God! By Karen Rowe

Wake each morning singing praises to God! The words are pure and He hears our
hearts. My voice is not good, but God doesn’t hear like we do. I don’t sing for
others, but I sing for God.

 To God’s ears it is beautiful when I sing with my heart; when I sing praises to HIM.
He fills me with divine presence of peace and joy. Some are more blessed with a
beautiful voice and for that I am thankful! But to God we all have a beautiful voice when
we are singing to HIM! He hears divinely; He hears our heart!

May we worship together this morning and celebrate HIS goodness!
Sing with me…

You are an awesome God…sing with me…You are an awesome God

And, how big is our God, sing with me, how big is our God

Oh, You are Holy, You are Holy, You are Our God.

Thank you Jesus that you have opened this door once again, that we may come into the
presence of God with purity in you.

Our prayers are heard and God’s will is good. We thank you for loving us with
majesty and grace in a way that is so pure that we are humbled to learn the pure joy in a
love so great!
We love you Father. We love you Jesus. We love you and receive you Holy Spirit, may
we love each other today as our God loves us.

RAINBOW

May I look at a rainbow and see every color and not wonder where the ray of light is; just
know that God is there.

May I stare at a storm blowing in so strong and
Not run for cover too fast. … just be still to marvel in HIS excellence.

A moment of fear of the wind that I hear,
Let me stop and let that fear transcend to …
Oh, my God, you really are here!

God is so great and mighty before my eyes!
May I never doubt HIS love is cast down from the clouds!


May I not even think for a moment in time and just sense HIM there in my mind;
To hear HIS voice is a miracle to me!

May I appreciate the blessing and look no more,
Just be content in the moment; that is God for sure!

God gives beauty abound;
May we just slow down and look around.

Today is a miracle, what could it bring?
Rain, sun, clouds or snow…
Maybe a breeze or high winds in the trees…
Or maybe just stillness in the air we breathe?

May we be captured in the moment to look and see
God is all around watching over me.

He knows my life, my heart, my needs, my worries, my fears.
May we give them all to HIM and begin by giving HIM our life.

May I trust HIM as real as the birds and the flowers so pure,
Just survive by HIM and move to HIS hand.

May I know that HIS will is far greater than mine
You see it is all HIS anyway, including me.

May I trust HIM in HIS love for me to know that
He only wants what is best for me.

God loves us all, one and all.
Now how can that be?
I tell you how and that is all I need…

God IS, God can, God does,

God IS an awesome God!
God bless you, one and all!!


Love in Christ,
Karen Rowe

Amen to that Karen...........God Bless you all.............
Dewey Sharon and family

www.mykkim.com

www.deweysdailycup.com

								
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