Kids Beating Cancer
I was able to hold my tears today until after they left, but I was deeply touched by the Bozeman High Students who came in to talk to us today.
Amy Poole lost her mother to cancer. On her own, she started an organization to raise money to pay for medical expenses for cancer patients who can't afford it. The Bozeman High School Student Council cancer Advocacy Committee is presenting an Evening With The Great Cris, and award winning, internationally known comedian. All of the proceeds go to the Bozeman Deaconess Cancer Center.
The event will be held this Monday, April 25th, 7p.m. at The Emerson. You can buy tickets at The Emerson, Cactus Records, Lee & Dads and the BHS activities office.
Amy brought in her good friend, Lucy, who has also helped her with the event. Congratulations to Lucy, who won two first place ribbons in the Special Olympics yesterday, and good luck today with gymnastics!
These girls give me hope for the future. They are smart, motivated, and caring. I am asking you personally to please support this amazing cause!
If you can't go, buy a ticket for someone who can.