Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Making Strides Against Breast Cancer

There were tons of raffle baskets donated by neighborhood businesses and crop attendees
Last count I heard we were able to raise over $2000.00 for Breast Cancer Awareness!
Check out the Stampin' UP! raffle basket which went to Jeanette Karl!
Congrats Jeanette!!
Check out the space we got to hold the crop. Dana Allan our MSABC and crop administrator spent countless hours putting this event together! She secured this awesome spot with the help of our resident Real Estate broker Terrie
It was an empty old Beall's store that is how big it was!
Dana is one of the most humble giving people I have ever met.
Thank you Dana for all that you do for so many different causes. She has also been a girl scout leader for 27 years. My daughter Ansleigh was in her Brownie troop and we are so blessed that her first experience with girl scouts was in Miss Dana's troop!

There were over 60 woman that came together for the cause and had a wonderful weekend spending time together cropping and winning door prizes I still hear ticket numbers being called in my sleep! All the proceeds went to MSABC! My SET massage therapist Susan G. Fattouth came and donated her time to the cause gave massages and consultations to our poor aching bodies. Need a good all around Massage Therapist, a little Reiki, Hot stones, synery Light therapy. Trust me I am her biggest fan since I have been going to Susan for the last year my body has changed and I have grown emotionally, physically and spiritually!
Visit Susan at The Wellness Center on the corner of Magnolia and Palmetto in Daytona!
Or just call her at 451-9651. Mention my name and you will receive an hour and a half session for $75.00!!
Thank you Susan so much for your time and thoughtfulness during this event!! She also donated a $100.00 gift certificate for the cause to be raffled off. I really would have loved to have won that!!

This young lady participated in one of the make and takes I did.
The two ladies in the background Jan & Pat I met at the crop and really look forward to getting to know them more, they were such a blessing!

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