Flip Flops Bar
Company Wesco International Charitable Fdtn
Ryan, Nikki, & Ada Leszun
Kelly And Brian Jay
Brad & Lindsey Guckert
Bob and Sandy Jay
Roy & Judy
Vince and Erin Thompson
Ken & Mary Jo Rusnak
Company Armstrong Grp.
Bill & Judy Leszun
Kim and Pat Hanlon
Melissa and Brian
Miss Christine R Cooley
R.L. & V.E. Ranich
Aunt Carol & Uncle Doug
The Schuetz Family
Brian and I are participating in the Moving Day Walk, benefiting the National Parkinson Foundation, on September 28th, 2013. This year the walk will take place at the Highmark Stadium, the home of the Pittsburgh Riverhounds Soccer Club. Registration starts at 8:30am and the walk begins at 10am. The Moving Day Walk helps to raise awareness and critical funds to improve the quality of care for people with Parkinson's disease through research, education and outreach. Any donation would be much appreciated.
To make a donation, CLICK ON THE BLUE WORDING ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE PAGE THAT SAYS: Make a Gift!
My husband, Brian, was diagnosed with Young Onset Parkinson's Disease at the young age of 24. Parkinson's Disease comes with struggles that Brian is faced with on a daily basis....Brian also had DBS Surgery three years ago. DBS (Deep Brain Stimulation) Surgery does not cure Parkinson's Disease, but it did help improve some of his symptoms. He also had his batteries (that are under his skin in his chest) changed this year (because they were dying). All this to help improve his symptoms.
For more information about the National Parkinson Foundation and its work, please visit www.parkinson.org. For information about the National Parkinson Foundation Western Pennsylvania Chapter and its services, please visit www.pfwpa.org.
Please consider being a part of our team, and I encourage you to get your friends, family and coworkers involved.
IF YOU CANNOT MAKE THE WALK, BUT WOULD STILL LIKE TO DONATE.......CLICK ON THE BLUE WORDING ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE PAGE THAT SAYS: Make a Gift!
Thank you for your time and help in any way you can. Brian and I definitely appreciate it and hope to see you at the walk.