An update on last week's Power Player, the organization called Luke's Wings. The group pays for family members to visit their wounded soldiers in the hospital. Currently, they have a project to get those warriors home for Christmas. We are delighted to report that more than $600,000 has been donated since last Sunday, when our segment aired. That's triple their annual budget. To find out more about Luke's Wings, and their current campaign, go to Luke's Wings.org
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