Noah Mullins, 18, of Prattville looks through his goodie

Friday, October 13th was a special day for a local Prattville High School senior, Noah Mullins (pictured above). Noah was brought to the Capital City Clay Shoot under the impression that he was going to do an interview with Magic Moments which is an organization that provides once in a lifetime opportunities to children in Alabama who suffer from life-threatening illnesses. Noah suffers from Addison’s disease.

Addison’s disease results in damaged adrenal glands that produce insufficient amounts of the hormone cortisol and aldosterone. Symptoms can vary though extreme fatigue, weight loss and decreased appetite, low blood pressure, even fainting, salt craving, low blood sugar (hypoglycemia), nausea, diarrhea or vomiting, abdominal pain, muscle or joint pains, irritability and depression are the most common. Though he did in fact do an interview for Magical Moments, a surprise deep sea fishing trip in Key West was the main reason why Noah was invited to the event. Hodges Commercial Real Estate was a gracious sponsor for a shooting team at this event. 


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