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STRONG NOT SCARED: Light the Night Supports Leukemia Patients

Knox DJ was rocking Circle Park on the University of Tennessee campus, the crowds of teams started filling the street, and balloons filled the air!  The fall weather was crisp for Knoxville’s Light the Night event.  Team Bad to The Bone Marrow raised  more than $2,300 to support the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s research and […]

Continue Reading By on October 28, 2013 in cancer, children, family, prevention, Uncategorized

STRONG, not scared: Light The Night for Avery’s Family

A feisty furball of a Pomeranian named Calhoun is one of the few things that can make Avery Baker smile these days. Calhoun even trumps the brand new Glow With the Show Ears delivered as a special gift from Minnie Mouse.   The adorable five-year-old solemnly gave her personal approval for some of her young […]

Continue Reading By on October 15, 2013 in cancer, children, faith, families, family, health, Healthy Families, parenting, Uncategorized

Light the Night to Beat Leukemia & Lymphoma

Those of us who haven’t had to walk a mile in the shoes of a family fighting leukemia should be counting our blessings.  This blood cancer makes up about a third of all childhood cancers.  While treatments are getting smarter and survival rates better, health experts say many childhood cancers are still suspiciously on the […]

Continue Reading By on September 21, 2013 in cancer, Uncategorized