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  1. Wow! I live in Commerce, TX and My sister lives in Denton! Maybe I will get to go? EEEEXXXXCCCCIIITTTEEEDDD!!!!!!

  2. I want to thank you in advance for your visit to the UNT campus to recognize the amazing achievements that many of our students have made in promoting humanitarian issues across the global community. As a professor in UNT’s International Studies program and the Director for the Office of Sustainability, I have counseled numerous students on the tremendous impact one person can have and the amazing change that many can bring about. Your visit to UNT and steadfast contribution to UNICEF will undoubtedly further shed light on their potential and inspire our students, as well as young people around the world, to keep moving forward.
    Warm Regards,
    Todd Spinks

  3. Good work Alyssa. Been a fan for years.

  4. nice to see that Alyssa is encouraging young kids… I wish I was a Texas student to meet her :)

  5. You really facinate me!! You are truly a caring person. These students should look at you as a role model. You have great success, but take time out for those less fortunate!! Simply amazing!! You certainly stand out from the crowd! You’re an inspiration to me, thats for sure! Always..

  6. I think you’re an awsome person, the things you do, you are an inspiation. Many blessings to you and your family. Thank you for spreading the good throughout and not just in LA. For giving your all to all you meet. Welcome to Texas! Glad to have you here.

  7. Awesome…I’m in Houston …hope you stay warm

  8. I can’t wait! It’s going to be an amazing event! :)

  9. Well done,great cause, and with a cold, you really are a good person.

  10. that’s great Alyssa keep up the good work, to far away for me to visit

  11. am gasit un link pe facebook ce ma adus aici ,papetarie online,am vazut ca si voi aveti link catre ei ,sper ca sunteti foarte tari ,chiar mia placut articolul

  12. One minor issue is the distance it can cover – but, when you think it is only used on the farm, it has not been pushed too far over distance.

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