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Media Alert
Step By Step
Inspiring Presidents, Prime Ministers, Government, Media, Celebrities & the Public;
about the importance of organ & tissue donations in 36 countries of the Americas

April 14 2010
10:00 AM - Pope John Paul II Cultural Center
11:00 AM - The Capital Reflection Pool
35,000 Thousand Miles & 10 Years After Pope John Paul II Blessed The Torch of Life,
The Torch Is Arriving Home In Washington DC @ Pope John Paul II Cultural Center

Step By Step Introduces
The Next Journey
Step By Step had began its 7th Campaign called SOS THE AMERICAS in Wasilla, Alaska on October 23 2009. Students from Wasilla High School carried the Torch proudly to Anchorage Alaska where Mayor Dan Sullivan received it. Governor Sean Parnell & US Senator Mark Begich sent letters of support that were read out.
The tone was set.
Whereas; Students carried the Torch through Canada, Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, Pennsylvania, Delaware & Maryland & inspired the Media, Public & Government. Whereas; Torch arrived @ Pope John Paul II Cultural Center, Washington DC on March 23 2010,
Whereas; A new vision occurred.

On behalf of Step By Steps 7th Campaign SOS THE AMERICAS, we extend this Invitation to you; It is our honor and wish to have your presence to show Americans how to rise to the occasion when it comes organ & tissue donations. On April 14 2010, at 10:00 AM, 100 Students will carry the Torch of Life from Pope John Paul II Cultural Center through Washington DC and arrive at the Capital Reflection Pool @ 11;00 AM. We hope you can join us in both places. These students selected from cities across America are called Student Torch Champions and their roles will be to carry the Famous Torch Of Life and inspire folks to become organ & tissue donors. Almost every hour a man woman or child is dying because an organ or tissue was not available to save their life. These kids can change this, with their genuine passion and enthusiasm. They will give so much hope to families in need. The students involved will likely remember this experience for a long time.

The Legacy Of the Torch Of Life
Reaching out to all Cultures & Faiths to address the major issues of the day
in the Spirit Of Pope John Paul II
On September 5th 2001 @ Vatican City, George Marcello was passing the Torch of Life to Pope John Paul II after travelling 6000 miles on foot. The Pope blessed the Torch and to the world said organ & tissue donations was a Genuine Act Of Love. He also said to George, pass the Torch to the youth for they are Genuine and will become young Ambassadors for this very important issue, and faithfully George did this, passing the Torch to millions of children in nearly a decade.
The Children will inspire the world


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