This year, let’s help bring others to life

In 1952, a little boy named Leslie was born prematurely in the Midwest. He had brain damage, cerebral palsy and problems so severe with his eyes they had to be removed. His birth mother put him up for adoption. The county asked a local nurse-governess, May Lemke, 52, who had already raised five children of her own, if she would take the child, warning her that he would surely die, and soon.

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