"Touchdowns for Madi Curry" raises awareness about organ donation

WFIE | Erin Meyer
Edwardsville, IN.   Madi Curry would have been a member of the Central High School Class of 2019. She died suddenly last year of a heart condition.

Thursday, people honored her and raised awareness about the importance of organ donation at the “Touchdowns for Madi Curry” tailgate party at Central.

Many people wore shirts, buttons and bracelets with Madi’s name on them. Football players’ helmets had stickers with her initials on them.

“I think it's a great opportunity for our young people, her family and friends and all of her classmates to be able to get together in memory of her and to honor and celebrate her life,” said Central’s head football coach, Andy Owen. Continue reading

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