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Cancer Survivor Serves Others, Wins a High 5

Cancer Survivor Serves Others, Wins a High 5

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(KSL News) She's served her community in numerous ways, all while surviving breast cancer. That's why our Coco Warner made her way to Providence in Cache Valley to surprise Carol Gunnell for today's High 5.

Carol makes quilts and wraps for the needy, puts together hygiene kits and is working to build a new community playground.

She was nominated for a High 5 by her sister, Nancy Curtis, who represents a group of friends and neighbors. They are inspired by all the things Carol does.

"Everything you do. You're always willing to drop anything you're doing and help somebody else," Nancy said.

Carol responded, "I don't know what they're talking about. I don't do any more than anybody else does. I'm speechless."

As a thank you, Carol got a KSL goodie bag and some passes to the Clark Planetarium.

You can submit your nominations at the link on this page.

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