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Tree Planted in Sierra's Memory

Tree Planted in Sierra's Memory
Thank you Mrs. Ray, Sierra's classmates & Valrico Elementary

Sierra's Video Montage Played At Her Service - Sierra Through The Years

Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Another Awesome Organization

Today the kids and I went to the Olive Garden for a luncheon with all the top schools that raised the most money for the Pennies for Pasta Campaign ( and the Honored Heroes and their families. We were honored that Sierra was not only the Honored Hero for the Pennies for Pasta campaign but also for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's Light the Night Walk. Next year's campaign will be dedicated in Sierra's, Mathew's & Emily's memory. They all passed within a month from each other. All monies raised goes to research and for a cure. As you can see, we need a cure. Many kids are surviving but still some do not make it so we still have a ways to go. I want to thank Shelly & all at the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society for all they do for these kids. They are amazing people and genuinely love these kids. I am thankful to them for all they did for us during such a difficult time in our lives and I feel so blessed to know them. Ask you local schools to get involved it is fun, definately for a worthy cause and of course the top schools get great pasta from the Olive Garden. Also, thank you so much to our local Olive Gardens for getting involved. God bless you all!!!


Goodies for Mom said...

Blogging for Blood Cancer Event - August 11-18

Please consider joining our “Blogging for Blood Cancer” Event. The first annual “Blogging for Blood Cancer” event will take place from August 11-18, 2008. This first time event will bring bloggers from across the United States together to raise awareness for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and its mission to cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families.

There are lots of prizes to be won too!!!!

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Lois Whittaker
Editor, Goodies for Mom Blog

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