Celebrating 5 Years Cancer FREE by raising $100,000!
Mellow Mushroom - Providence
Ginger & Mike Medlen
Laura and Jeff Dowell
Curt & Andie Belshe
Mike & Dee Barbee
Dr. René Talbot
Ben & Susan P
Ms. Carol L Coffey
Kefin and Sara Huff
Mrs. Patricia Switzer
Most everyone knows that 5 years is a magic number when it comes to cancer. For most, five years is the time when you can finally be considered "cured". You can finally stop worrying that every bump, lump or bruise is the insideous return of this evil disease, and statistically, Annette's risk of contracting cancer is as low as anyone elses. It’s been FIVE years now with nothing but good news, except for the side effects from Annette's medication, and we're going to celebrate this milestone by doing more to help others facing breast cancer than EVER!!!
While we prepare to celebrate, the shock of that day is still fresh in our minds... May 21st, 2012: “We’ve got a problem”. In the instant Dr. Lancaster spoke those words, my wife of 26 years (at the time) and love of my life and I were reeling with a diagnosis of breast cancer.
Hopefully you now understand why I’m passionate about raising money to support breast cancer awareness, diagnostic equipment, and professional development for cancer treatment professionals. The best way I know to do that is to participate in the Liz Hurly Ribbon Run. I hope you’ll join us in supporting this wonderful cause… either by participating in the run, or by making a donation in Annette’s honor. Either way, thank you so very much!
Over the 2012-2016 Ribbon Runs, Team McAdams has won 4 top team fundraising spots, 4 largest team awards, and 4 individual fundraising awards, and, more importantly, has raised over $70,000 to support this phenomenal cause. In celebration of Annette making it to this WONDERFUL 5 year milestone, we are working to push our all-time Ribbon Run Team McAdams total to $100,000 by raising $30,000 this year and having 125 team members.
I hope you’ll join us in supporting this wonderful cause… either by participating in the run, or by making a donation. Whether it’s in Annette’s honor, or in honor of someone else who beat cancer, or someone who lost their fight. Either way, thank you so very much!