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Update: Magoffin County Boy Receives nearly 500,000 Christmas Cards

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Updated: 12/26/2012 6:20 pm
Dalton Dingus, 9, of Magoffin County suffers from Cystic Fibrosis. He wished to receive the most Christmas Cards delivered to one person, and has done it in a big way.

Dalton's mother says he has received nearly 500,000 Christmas Cards. At last count 495,103 cards had been delivered to Dalton. He had collected just over 300,000 on Christmas Eve. 

The record Dalton was hoping to beat was just 35,000 cards.
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