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CURE FOR CHRISTINE

This year I am the Chair for the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk for South Alabama. In addition to that, I am also the Chair for our firm’s team, Cure for Christine. The walk is held in downtown Mobile in order to raise funds and awareness for Breast Cancer research. This year the walk is being held on October 27, 2018 at 8:00 a.m. in Bienville Square.

Almost everyone has been touched by breast cancer in some way. However, this year, the touch was close to home. Our Chief Operating Officer, Office Manager, and friend was diagnosed with Triple Negative breast cancer in March of this year and has been in the fight of her life.

Please join us in our walk as a walker or donor. You can help our fight for a cure by logging on to http://main.acsevents.org/goto/cure4christine

Please sign up as a walker, even if you are unable to join us for the physical walk on October 27th. Additionally, you can share and raise funds in honor of Christine, and make your own personal donation to help end the fight against breast cancer.

Our team will be wearing shirts sporting Christine’s motto FAITH NOT FEAR! The shirt is pictured below and is $20 for the baseball type shirt and $15 for a solid regular white t-shirt with the same logo. Please contact me, Noell Black, at the office 343-1111 or email me at [email protected] to purchase your shirt or for additional information regarding being a part of the CURE for CHRISTINE!

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