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Monthly Archives: November 2010
Do you live in south Florida? Please join BTFC friend Iko Spencer as she hosts a Children’s Holiday Gift Drive at Titanic Brewing Company on Thursday, December 2, 2010 at 6 p.m. Iko will be collecting unwrapped toys, gift cards, and general donations for the … Continue reading
Local Kennesaw newspaper The Bright Side has recently published an article on the upcomng Elf Trot and Merry Mile. Please read it here (scroll down to page 21).
Mark your calendars for December 4, 2010. To honor the life of teenager Faith Cline, the first annual Elf Trot and Merry Mile will be held. All proceeds will benefit the “Faith Cline Memorial Fund of the Brain Tumor Foundation … Continue reading
Teenager Brian Parks was diagnosed with a malignant tumor just over two years ago and has come to be known as “Superman” ever since. CountyLine Magazine has recently published an article describing his journey, which included radiation, chemotherapy, and lots … Continue reading