The 24th National Space Symposium, held April 7-10, 2008, in
Colorado Springs. The National Space Symposium is the premier U.S.
space policy and program forum, a "must attend" opportunity for
information and interaction on all sectors of space -- civil,
commercial, and national security.
"It was just kinda something to hope for. (Something)
to get my mind off how I was sick and the surgery and
Source: Andrew Madden, 13, who was flown to
Boston by Grace Flight of America to attend Thursday's Game 2 of
the 2007 World Series. Madden made a bet with fellow Boston Red Sox
fan Dr. Kristine Guleserian in the cardiology ward of the
Children’s Medical Center in Dallas, TX: If he pulled through
heart transplant surgery and the difficult recuperation process,
she'd treat him to a Red Sox World Series game. The teen received
his new heart September 30... and Thursday night, both doctor and
young patient enjoyed watching Game 2 in a suite donated by Red Sox
CEO Larry Lucchino. Madden even threw out the first pitch.