Diabetes Counts brings kids, parents together

Photo by Gretel Daugherty—Ten-year-old Lily Carson, right, of Grand Junction watches as Natalie Bamford picks up a tiny diamond with a pair of curved end tweezers to place it by Lily’s name on the pendant for a medical alert necklace the girl is making at Angelo’s Pottery and Glass Studio, 2478 F Road, during a meeting of Diabetes Counts, a juvenile diabetes networking group. Bamford is an employee of Angelo’s.



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Photo by Gretel Daugherty—Ten-year-old Lily Carson, right, of Grand Junction watches as Natalie Bamford picks up a tiny diamond with a pair of curved end tweezers to place it by Lily’s name on the pendant for a medical alert necklace the girl is making at Angelo’s Pottery and Glass Studio, 2478 F Road, during a meeting of Diabetes Counts, a juvenile diabetes networking group. Bamford is an employee of Angelo’s.

It can be tough to be the only kid in class who tests blood sugar. But nobody stares when a child pulls out a testing kit at Diabetes Counts, a local support group for kids with Type 1…




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