BTFC’s First Ever “Daddy Day” is Coming!

BTFC staff recognizes the importance of our fathers and want to honor them.  Whether it’s holding a son’s hand while a port’s being accessed, reassuring a bald daughter of her endless beauty, washing the dirty clothes while Mom is holding fort at the hospital, and/or managing the 9 to 5, we know there is no end to what BTFC dads will do for their families.

With that in mind, we invite our dads to take a moment to “hang out with the guys” on Saturday April 30, 2011 for a BTFC first…DADDY DAY!

And while we know everyone loves seeing BTFCs Sherry at events, she will NOT be in attendance leading discussions or organizing ice breakers.  That’s right…DADS ONLY!

Bring your fishing gear.  Bring a deck of cards.  Bring your horseshoes.  Or don’t bring anything but yourself!  You will find the men at Red Top Mountain; 50 Lodge Road, Pavilion 7; Cartersville, GA from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. (lunch provided).  RSVP by Monday, April 25th.

For questions and/or to RSVP, call (404.252.4107) or email ( Sherry.


About The Brain Tumor Foundation for Children

Founded in 1983, BTFC was the first nonprofit in the U.S. to focus on brain cancer in children. Our mission is to support patients and their families.
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One Response to BTFC’s First Ever “Daddy Day” is Coming!

  1. Kelsey says:

    I hope this even went wonderfully. I surely know that my father held my hand for hours at time, handled doctors, and convinced me of a perfect future- better than anyone else could have. I am so thankful for everything he has gone through with me, right by my side.
    I know all of you fathers love each of your children, so from me to all of you out there- “we love you too”.

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