Step by Step - Faces of Hope

2009 Johnson County Relay for Life
Video created and produced by 11yr old Annie Peterson
Photos courtesy of JMo Studios

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Annie,Kellie,Mike and, Melissa says ... on Wednesday, Jul 8 at 6:24 PM

Annie you rock. You did a great job making this and I hope that you win beacuse you earned it. I'll anyone I know to watch it. (if you are reading this watch Step by Step - Faces of Hope) Go ANNIE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Jane Coppernoll says ... on Tuesday, Jul 7 at 2:55 PM

Beautiful job!! You captured the essence of the Relay. You couldn't have picked a better song. As a survivor, you brought a tear to my eye!!

Anissa says ... on Monday, Jul 6 at 9:00 AM

Awesome job Annie! What a touching video you created! I love the song choice you made for it too! I'm sure Mom and Dad are very proud of you. Tell them "hi" for me.

Kate and Jake says ... on Friday, Jul 3 at 8:05 AM

Annie, you are amazing! Thank you for using your talent to support such an important cause. (Your movie made our mom cry.) You're so cool!

April Armstrong says ... on Thursday, Jul 2 at 5:50 PM

WOW Annie! I am very impressed and more that a little touched. What a beautiful tribute!

Your very proud Ama Beth says ... on Thursday, Jul 2 at 5:35 PM

WOW! It made me cry, both the video, and how very proud I am of you. Love you honey!

pickle says ... on Thursday, Jul 2 at 2:39 PM

that was really well done. you are already much smarter than me. i think you're in charge of documenting march madness next year.

Jim Miller says ... on Thursday, Jul 2 at 11:50 AM

Annie - You did an amazing job putting this together. I think I need to see you sometime soon - I still think of you as the little girl in Ashland. You've clearly grown in many ways!!!

Shan Moquin says ... on Thursday, Jul 2 at 11:03 AM

Great job on producing that video Annie! No matter who wins, you know which one is my favorite.

Mrs. Paulson, Coy and Carly says ... on Thursday, Jul 2 at 10:08 AM

Annie, You did a great job.......... we are so proud of you!!! Hope you win--- regardless you make everyone very proud!!!!!!

Connie S says ... on Thursday, Jul 2 at 9:59 AM

Annie, this is a fantastic video. I didn't attend the Relay this year - watching your video I am sorry I missed it. You moved me to tears.

Del says ... on Thursday, Jul 2 at 9:46 AM

Great job Annie, I hope you win.

Amy says ... on Thursday, Jul 2 at 9:32 AM

Great Job Annie with the video. The pictures are amazing JMo Studios. It is a great way to capture the meaning of the Relay. Very proud!

Martha Peterson says ... on Thursday, Jul 2 at 9:19 AM

Couldn't be prouder Peanut!! I love you so much!! Mom

Alaina says ... on Thursday, Jul 2 at 9:05 AM

Great job Annie! That was fatastic!

Dana says ... on Wednesday, Jul 1 at 10:21 PM

Fantastic job Annie...Mom won't need to scrapbook on paper can just make the video books! Congratulations and good luck!

Mel says ... on Wednesday, Jul 1 at 10:21 PM

You really captured the essence of the Relay!

Melanie says ... on Wednesday, Jul 1 at 9:45 PM

Wow annie! awaesome job! I hope you win! ill tell al my freinds to watch!

Becky says ... on Wednesday, Jul 1 at 6:56 PM

Awesome job Annie!

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