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      Meet Kasey and Mallory - Special Olympics Athletes and Global Messengers

Kasey and Mallory Morris  

Kasey & Mallory were history makers they day they were born.  They are part of the first quintuplets born in Kansas on July 10 and 13, 1994.  Three months premature, Mallory was born 3 days earlier than her brother (Evan) and 3 sisters (Kasey, Jordan & Holly). 

Each of the quints weighed 1 pound and just ounces.  Many months were spent in Topeka at NICU before they were able to come home right before Thanksgiving.  Blood transfusions, surgeries, and lots of scares.  The worst was when Evan passed away at 17 days.  View Story...

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