A guest post today. It really speaks for itself. Thanks for taking the time to read. Hi! I’m writing to invite you, your family and friends to the first annual Ohio Idols for Independence benefit concert. Our goal is to raise thousands of dollars to help kids with cerebral palsy find their voice at home, at school and in their communities. This event is close to my heart because my daughter, Adriana, lives with cerebral palsy. While she falls on the severe end of CP, the amaz
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I have to confess to a little let down after Golf for Joy this year. We had a terrific turn out, a beautiful day, a great speaker, and on a personal note, my speech seemed to be a big hit. I’ve given talks that were smoother, and came off more polished, but I think the content this year was a big hit, and that felt kind of cool. To make things even better we raised more money than ever before at Golf for Joy and now have $6,000 more to help us share our Joy with children wit
We are just days away from our 17th annual Golf for Joy. As many of you know I play hockey with a great group of fellas who are also very enthusiastic supporters of The MJB Foundation. Last night, post game I asked a few of the guys who are coming out this year to take a few minutes to talk about Golf for Joy. As you can see we always have a lot of fun and it is a great group of guys. While the field is set for this year’s tournament we still want to extend an invitation to
Today, Meghan’s Grandma shares her memories and offers her invitation to Bowl for Joy. Without further adieu. Hi! I am the grandmother. I was there 18 years ago February 5th for the birth of the twins. Funny the birth was an emergency C-section which should have taken just a few minutes. Those of us waiting kept going to the window of the nursery and looking for the baby. (They didn’t know it was twins.) The stupid people in the nursery kept saying “Oh you mean the twins.
I am Meghan’s grandmother. Each year I am awed by the commitment that Jim and Annette have to this remembrance of their daughter. I am one of the lucky mothers who never had to have a memorial for a daughter. When I married Annette’s dad I became the mother of four daughters! Annette and Jim worked very hard with their brain damaged daughter. They loved her as much as Kailey the “perfect” twin. I remember when they were born. We weren’t expecting twins. Those of us in the wai