American Heart Association Division Director Brooke Welsh, left, recognizes 10-year-old Logan Liptak as a “Heart Hero” in September. Logan plays for the West Branch Warriors and was presented with a medal and signed Saquon Barley jersey for raising thousands of dollars for the American Heart Association.
American Heart Association Division Director Brooke Welsh, left, recognizes 10-year-old Logan Liptak as a “Heart Hero” in September. Logan plays for the West Branch Warriors and was presented with a medal and signed Saquon Barley jersey for raising thousands of dollars for the American Heart Association. Photo provided
American Heart Association Division Director Brooke Welsh, left, recognizes 10-year-old Logan Liptak as a “Heart Hero” in September. Logan plays for the West Branch Warriors and was presented with a medal and signed Saquon Barley jersey for raising thousands of dollars for the American Heart Association. Photo provided

He was diagnosed with a heart condition at age 6. Now, he’s raised $10,000 for the American Heart Association.

November 04, 2017 09:36 PM

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