What a wonderful life! This could have been the theme at our recent Educators Institute in Camp Hill. The day began with moving stories from those who have experienced organ and tissue donation first-hand. Donor mother, Alison Mohn, told of her son Ryan's gifts to more than 100 recipients- organ and tissue! Then, Steve Turner shared his fabulous story of donating his kidney, he not know to whom at the time, but his gift started a chain the saved the lives of three people, including the grandmother who received his kidney. Next, we were privileged to hear from Monica Forte, mother of Tony, age 9, who still awaits a stomach, liver, and intestinal transplant. Tony lightened the entire day with his boyish antics and incredible patience. Then, Nina Fehnel of Northeast Pa. Lions' Eyebank, shared her experience of losing her sight just before marriage, and, in the course of several years, receiving two corneal transplants. Fianlly, on the panel, was Alex Joynt, heart recipient, who won gold and siver medals in the recent Transplant Games in Houston. Each of the stories demonstrated the validity of organ and tissue donation.