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I Hope You Dance, The Movie.... - 1
11/26/15     Archer Thomasson  (1965)      Archer1710@msn.com
I wanted to tell you that on Thanksgiving Night, at 9 pm, on the Hallmark Movies and Mystery Channel (the premium channel), my brother Bill's story about the donation of his daughter Taylor's organs will be featured. Taylor, an only child, passed away in 2007 while in her freshman year at Penn State University. This is a feature length movie that has been in production for the past couple of years. It was done by Hollywood producer John Scheinfeld, and it is about the song I Hope You Dance, sung by Lee Ann Womack. Bill's story is the last story of five, and they refer to it as a 5 Hanky Story. Google 'I Hope You Dance', movie, Hallmark Channel. There is about a ten minute promo about the movie. In the movie, Bill goes on a journey to meet with each of Taylor's organ recepients. Bill took a tragedy and used it to honor Taylor's memory by working with the Transplant Commission....He was named 'Volunteer of the Year' by the Washington Regional Transplant Commission just a couple of weeks ago. He spends a lot of time traveling and speaking to Drs., nurses, students, etc. about 'The Gift Of Life'. I hope that you will google, investigate, and watch if possible....Happy Thanksgiving....archie
11/27/15     Esther Sparks Powell  (1956)      bhpowell36@yahoo.com
Re: I Hope You Dance, The Movie....
I was looking forward to seeing this, but my Hallmark Channel is not the same as the premium channel, so I missed out. If you ever hear of it making it to a regular channel, I hope that you will post the info on here, again.
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