On Oct. 3 Concord Rotarians listened with rapt attention as Julie Andolina told of her experience with the Oley Foundation. Now a young adult, Julie is serving as an intern at Oley. She told her life's story showing photos of herself as a newborn needing immediate life-saving surgery and as she progressed through life and multiple surgeries, always depending on intravenous feeding to provide the nutrition she needed. Julie is now completely cured, and credits Oley with providing amazing support to her and her family.  Founded in 1983 by Lynn Howard, MD and her patient, Clarence "Oley" Oldenburg, the Oley Foundation is a national, non-profit organization that enriches the lives of those living with home intravenous nutrition and tube feeding through education, advocacy, and networking.  Here is Julie with her "Uncle Dave" Robertson.