Monthly Archives: October 2012

HUGE SUCCESS

Michele and I were beaming with pride all day!  Thank you to everyone who helped make our first Buddy Walk a HUGE SUCCESS!  We have not counted all monies yet, but in my heart that runs second to the love, joy, happiness, and hope the day brought to me!  I wish I could have personally…

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Inspirational!

Please take a moment to read about these special people! http://www.people.com/people/archive/article/0,,20615795,00.html

2 more sleeps!

We only have to go to sleep 2 more times before our BIG DAY! We are going to have so much fun! Team Photos–Great Food-Art Projects-Screw Ball-Daniel Boone Students-Baked Goods-Friends& Family-Music-community-Games-Buddies!! and lots more! The tshirts will be at registration for pick up-we suggest the team captain, pick up the bag and disperse to your…

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Hurricane…..Shmurricane!1

As of today, it seems the rain may hold off until Sunday evening!  No matter what, we will still have the Buddy Walk–if it is rainy, we will be inside!  Either way, please don’t let a little weather, keep you home!

William Rapley is a Warrior

Please come out to support our little Will on Sunday October 21st at Gring’s Mill for Walk for a Cure for Diabetes!  You may join his team, Will’s Warriors, or make a donation by following this link:  http://www2.jdrf.org/site/TR?fr_id=1794&pg=entry It does not cost anything to walk! Thanks for your support, I know his family appreciates it!

Yep, we started the planning in May and here we are 15 days away from our Buddy Walk!  Everything is coming together perfectly!  The support we have received from our families and friends is unbelievable!  Daniel Boone High School can’t do enough for us and they are very excited about hosting this event for us!…

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October is here!!  That means Reach for the Stars Buddy Walk is in a few days!! Let’s celebrate together, invite all of your friends and family to join us! Also, this is the perfect time to teach people who wouldn’t otherwise know about Down syndrome a thing or two! *There are more than 400,000 people…

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