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LOIS HORN
LOIS HORN
Hi Henry,

 Michelle sent me this article while I was at work today  It is very exciting for us too- Michelle praises CHOP all the time. in an ironic coincidence I am picking up Justin Miller and his mom  at the airport to take them to the Ronald McDonlad house then to CHOP for treatment with Dr Maris- the head of the new dream team- in more of a coincidnece- Justin was an ambassador for St Baldricks last year and was featured on Stand up 2 cancer and was in a commercial for them and presented a check during the world series.  I'm so excited to see that many are coming together for the good of kids

I think of you often and are so impressed by your drive to help others so they might have a better chance than Conor.

Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers
isabel grant
isabel grant
Hi Beth and Henry;    Just read your post and I have to say I think of you all often and wonder how you are coping.  I am due to write your Mum but I just don't know where the time goes.   Tomorrow Iain, Carol and I and the four kids are going to St. Andrews for a few days as it is the Easter holidays for the kids.  We are going to the Fairmont, St.Andrews so will have some luxury and pampering,  which I could be doing with.   It seems to have been a long, cold winter and I wish Spring would hurry up and come.
I do think of you all often and can only admire how you are giving something positive out of what happened to Connor.  It takes very brave people to do that and as your Mum and I have said, we wish we lived closer so that we could help (even just be there) for each other.  Give Hayden and Noah a kiss from their Scottish Auntie and take care of yourselves.   Love to you all.    Isabel  xoxoxoxo
Walter Coursen
Walter Coursen
 At difficult time for yo adn Beth but your  posting help  make us all aware of how precious life is and how fragile it is  at the beginning.
In response to your request for how to broaden the awareness for early on set cancer and brain tumors in children here are a couple of ideas, though not very original.

1.  Collaborate with and become associated with larger well established charities.
2. Any number of theme parties with silent auctions
3.  Any sports event relating to kids achieving a physical goal such as running or walking events, swimming or other events where point,goals relate to a specific donations
4.  Secure local and area wide sponsors to donate merchandise and goods for that would go to those making a certain level of donation

Many variations of any of the above including getting having the achievement level occur in the academic arena.
 Awareness can also be generated through ad campaigns and pulblic relations efforts.
LOIS HORN
LOIS HORN
Hi Henry,

 Michelle sent me this article while I was at work today  It is very exciting for us too- Michelle praises CHOP all the time. in an ironic coincidence I am picking up Justin Miller and his mom  at the airport to take them to the Ronald McDonlad house then to CHOP for treatment with Dr Maris- the head of the new dream team- in more of a coincidnece- Justin was an ambassador for St Baldricks last year and was featured on Stand up 2 cancer and was in a commercial for them and presented a check during the world series.  I'm so excited to see that many are coming together for the good of kids

I think of you often and are so impressed by your drive to help others so they might have a better chance than Conor.

Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers
isabel grant
isabel grant
Hi Beth and Henry;    Just read your post and I have to say I think of you all often and wonder how you are coping.  I am due to write your Mum but I just don't know where the time goes.   Tomorrow Iain, Carol and I and the four kids are going to St. Andrews for a few days as it is the Easter holidays for the kids.  We are going to the Fairmont, St.Andrews so will have some luxury and pampering,  which I could be doing with.   It seems to have been a long, cold winter and I wish Spring would hurry up and come.
I do think of you all often and can only admire how you are giving something positive out of what happened to Connor.  It takes very brave people to do that and as your Mum and I have said, we wish we lived closer so that we could help (even just be there) for each other.  Give Hayden and Noah a kiss from their Scottish Auntie and take care of yourselves.   Love to you all.    Isabel  xoxoxoxo
Walter Coursen
Walter Coursen
 At difficult time for yo adn Beth but your  posting help  make us all aware of how precious life is and how fragile it is  at the beginning.
In response to your request for how to broaden the awareness for early on set cancer and brain tumors in children here are a couple of ideas, though not very original.

1.  Collaborate with and become associated with larger well established charities.
2. Any number of theme parties with silent auctions
3.  Any sports event relating to kids achieving a physical goal such as running or walking events, swimming or other events where point,goals relate to a specific donations
4.  Secure local and area wide sponsors to donate merchandise and goods for that would go to those making a certain level of donation

Many variations of any of the above including getting having the achievement level occur in the academic arena.
 Awareness can also be generated through ad campaigns and pulblic relations efforts.
isabel grant
isabel grant
Hi Beth and Henry;    Just read your post and I have to say I think of you all often and wonder how you are coping.  I am due to write your Mum but I just don't know where the time goes.   Tomorrow Iain, Carol and I and the four kids are going to St. Andrews for a few days as it is the Easter holidays for the kids.  We are going to the Fairmont, St.Andrews so will have some luxury and pampering,  which I could be doing with.   It seems to have been a long, cold winter and I wish Spring would hurry up and come.
I do think of you all often and can only admire how you are giving something positive out of what happened to Connor.  It takes very brave people to do that and as your Mum and I have said, we wish we lived closer so that we could help (even just be there) for each other.  Give Hayden and Noah a kiss from their Scottish Auntie and take care of yourselves.   Love to you all.    Isabel  xoxoxoxo
Walter Coursen
Walter Coursen
 At difficult time for yo adn Beth but your  posting help  make us all aware of how precious life is and how fragile it is  at the beginning.
In response to your request for how to broaden the awareness for early on set cancer and brain tumors in children here are a couple of ideas, though not very original.

1.  Collaborate with and become associated with larger well established charities.
2. Any number of theme parties with silent auctions
3.  Any sports event relating to kids achieving a physical goal such as running or walking events, swimming or other events where point,goals relate to a specific donations
4.  Secure local and area wide sponsors to donate merchandise and goods for that would go to those making a certain level of donation

Many variations of any of the above including getting having the achievement level occur in the academic arena.
 Awareness can also be generated through ad campaigns and pulblic relations efforts.
LOIS HORN
LOIS HORN
Hi Henry,

 Michelle sent me this article while I was at work today  It is very exciting for us too- Michelle praises CHOP all the time. in an ironic coincidence I am picking up Justin Miller and his mom  at the airport to take them to the Ronald McDonlad house then to CHOP for treatment with Dr Maris- the head of the new dream team- in more of a coincidnece- Justin was an ambassador for St Baldricks last year and was featured on Stand up 2 cancer and was in a commercial for them and presented a check during the world series.  I'm so excited to see that many are coming together for the good of kids

I think of you often and are so impressed by your drive to help others so they might have a better chance than Conor.

Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers