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Holiday Cards to Benefit UK Children's Hospital

By Tammy J. Gay

Photo of Derek McClellan showing the holiday card he designed.Derek McClellan shows the holiday card he designed.

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Kaylee Maze, 6, daughter of Sandra and Marty Maze of Fleming County; Madison Hines, 5, daughter of Jennifer Palmer and Mitchell Hines of Lexington; Derek McClellan,9, son of Teresa and Dana McClellan of Barbourville; and MacKenzie Burus, 8, daughter of Royce Burus and Paul Holland of Lexington, created the artwork selected for this year's cards. Drawings include a tree made from presents, a snowman and snow people.

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Nov. 15, 2002 (Lexington, Ky. ) -- Four University of Kentucky Children's Hospital patients have created artwork for the 2002 limited edition holiday cards being sold to benefit UK Children's Hospital.

Kaylee Maze, 6, daughter of Sandra and Marty Maze of Fleming County; Madison Hines, 5, daughter of Jennifer Palmer and Mitchell Hines of Lexington; Derek McClellan,9, son of Teresa and Dana McClellan of Barbourville; and MacKenzie Burus, 8, daughter of Royce Burus and Paul Holland of Lexington, created the artwork selected for this year's cards. Drawings include a tree made from presents, a snowman and snow people.

Cards will be available throughout the holiday season at all Kroger stores in Lexington, Nicholasville, Georgetown, Winchester, Richmond and other Central Kentucky locations.

Last year's cards featuring artwork by Kaylee Maze; Whitley Goins, 10, daughter of Toni Goins and Larry Goins of Lexington; and Marisa Sterlene Miller, 12, daughter of Roxanne Miller of Jackson County, will be sold at Wal-Marts throughout Kentucky. Artwork on the 2001 cards includes a snowman, a Santa Claus and reindeer and a gingerbread man.

The cards also will be available for purchase through the UK Children's Hospital Fund Development office by calling (859) 257-1121. The cards are sold in packages of 14 for $5.99.

Proceeds fund pediatric research, and new equipment and program enhancement for the UK Children's Hospital.


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