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High 5: Bountiful woman helps others despite health challenge

High 5: Bountiful woman helps others despite health challenge



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Brooke Walker reporting Christmas is a time of giving, and giving is something a Bountiful woman does best.

Carole Carlson has been a Utah teacher for more than 20 years. She recently suffered a brain tumor, but despite her own struggles she continued to think of others.

Her niece, Jenny Taylor, nominated Carole for a High 5.

"[She generous] to anyone who needs anything ... It's just anything she can do to help she always does," Jenny said.

Jenny helped us surprise Carole with a High 5 this morning.

In response Carole said, "It seems so unreal that I can have a trial, but so many people can feel the love and the empathy for me. I feel so blessed. I love my second graders. I love my niece. We are just so happy!"

Carole received two free snow rentals from Canyon Sport and some lift tickets.

If you know someone you would like to nominate for a High Five, follow the link on this page.

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