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    David Cole
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    On Sunday, June 1st 2014, a life was turned upside down. Aaron was doing what he loved. Racing side by side with his father. Then the unthinkable happened. The one thing that all racer’s pray never happen. An accident. Aaron was air lifted from Blackhawk Farms, and sent to Rockford Memorial Hospital. We recieved news that day he was going to survive his injuries, but with a long road of recovery ahead of him. If any of you know Aaron, you all know he is the most kind hearted, generous guy one can ask for in a friend. He has a competitive spirit and at the same time will do whatever he had to do to help a fellow competitor. Aaron was released today (6-7-14). Aaron has a long road to recovery, but, with the help of his loving wife Kelly, and his amazing parents Louise and Hans he will make it through. I am asking friends, family, and racers a like to help a friend and fellow racer lessen the pain with a small donation to help with the bills that our friend is sure to endure. Lets show Aaron and his family how much we truly care for him and how much we are pulling for him to make a full recovery!!

    http://www.gofundme.com/a1ggws

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    Glen Critchett
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    Aaron and his father Hans are a great example of the type of people that make our sport so great. Although Aaron only started racing within the last couple of years, he was really starting to get pretty good – I was reminded of this when he came flying by me for the race lead at Gingerman last year!

    You will not find a nicer family, or more friendly people then Louise, Hans, and Aaron.  Lets show this wonderful family what a great community we have in RR Karting. How about everyone that can, donate at least $90 – that is barely a race entry and it takes less than 5 min.

    Glen

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