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Seems like a worthy cause... Think I'll throw 25 bucks their way - even if I can't make the picnic...

http://www.herald-mail.com/?module=displaystory&story_id=86408&format=html

Fire companies hosting raffle/picnic fund-raiser

CLEAR SPRING - Williamsport and Clear Spring volunteer fire companies will host a joint raffle/picnic fund-raiser Saturday, Sept. 18, at the Clear Spring carnival grounds.


Prizes for the event include a 2004 Harley-Davidson Fatboy and a 2004 Chevrolet SSR. Fifty cash prizes of $25 also will be awarded. Tickets are $25 each and include entry to the picnic.


Refreshments at the picnic are free to those holding tickets. Those not holding tickets will be able to purchase food.


For information, stop by either fire department, or call 301-223-8854 or 301-842-1361.
 

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Another chance to win a SSR for $20.00...

Emailed to me:

Thanks for your interest. The tickets are $20 each and the drawing is in May 2005. Winner not be present or from the Buffalo area. You can buy a ticket from me by sending payment to me at:

Frank Stephen
PO Box 182
Bowmansville, NY 14026

Thanks.

http://www.billszone.com/mtlog/archives/2004/12/13/billszone_supports_hunters_hope.php

Billszone supports Hunter's Hope
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Established in 1997 by Pro Football Hall of Fame member and former Buffalo Bills Quarterback, Jim Kelly, and his wife, Jill, after their infant son, Hunter, was diagnosed with Krabbe Leukodystrophy, an inherited, fatal, nervous system disease. The Hunter's Hope Foundation is the Kelly’s life long commitment to increase public awareness of leukodystrophies as well as to increase the likelihood of early detection and treatment.

All Hunter’s Hope funded research will be coordinated through the HJKRI. This includes research that will be conducted at the Institute as well as research conducted at other locations. Future research will be focused on both correction of the genetic defect as well as repair of the already damaged brain, providing a total solution for children with Krabbe’s Disease. In addition, this research will not only help children with Krabbe’s and other leukodystrophies, but also patients with Multiple Sclerosis, stroke, and other diseases in which there is white matter destruction of the brain.

To achieve the ultimate goal to identify new treatments, therapies, and a cure for Krabbe and other leukodystrophies the Hunter James Kelly Research Institute (HJKRI) is currently under construction at the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus in downtown Buffalo. Construction is scheduled to be completed by Spring of 2006. To help the cover the cost of building the institute, The Hunter's Hope Foundation is raffling off a 2004 Chevy SSR, retailed at $45,000. All of the proceeds from the raffle will benefit the institute which is currently under construction at the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus in downtown Buffalo. For more information about how to purchase a ticket for this raffle please contact Frank Stephen via [email protected] or by PM (member name Ebenezer) on the Message Boards.
 
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