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Smokey Reaches Out in Oklahoma




Megan Fields, graduated from UT Knoxville in 2000 with a bachelor’s degree in speech communication. She is now a public speaking instructor at UT Knoxville.

“I was in Bartlesville, Okla., because I serve as the Director of Development for a nonprofit organization called Nevus Outreach Inc.” The organization was founded by families affected by a medical condition called Large Nevi and Neurocutaneous Melanocytosis (NCM) to offer support and information to others who are similarly affected, improve awareness and education of the condition, and encourage and sponsor research that will lead to effective treatments and a cure. For more about the condition, see www.nevus.org.

“This picture was taken on the northern border of Oklahoma between Oklahoma and Kansas,” she wrote. “This is the ‘Welcome to Oklahoma’ sign when you cross into the state.”

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Blogger Kathy said...

It was great to see you again, Megan! Keep up the excellent work. --Kathy Wright

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