Adopt a Stage IV Patient This Holiday Season By Donating

Posted by peggysue on December 18, 2014 in Admirable, Courage, Food, Healthy Choices, Hope, Passion and Joy, Selfless People with Comments closed |

 

https://www.giveforward.com/fundraiser/v966/deborah-morse-kahn-s-breast-cancer-treatment?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=graph&utm_campaign=vanity_page

Adopt This Breast Cancer Patient in Her Hour of Need. You can do it individually or as a business. The above link is open and ready for your donations.

Think of it in these terms:

$5.00 for cat food (She has two cats.)

$10.00 for gas or food

$20.00 for a Christmas meal

$30.00 for groceries

$40.00 for car insurance (necessary to go for treatments)

$10.00-$100.00 for other bills owed (To keep the credit card callers from calling.)

$150.00 for a car payment (necessary to get her to her treatments and appointments)

$900.00 for rent and all of her utilities

If you would like a tax exempt donation slip, donate to Circle of Hope, an online fundraising benefit for Deborah Morse Kahn Online Fundraising Account. We will send you you a tax exempt donation receipt. The total check will be send to Deborah for her expenses.

http://www.circleofhopeduluth.org. Go to the Helping Hands and Hearts link and look for #1. Deborah Morse Kahn Oneline Fundraising Account

Please state that if you put it on a credit card or send it in the mail to Circle of Hope that you want it to be used for the Deborah Morse Kahn Account.You can also donate anonymously, if you choose.

Make a difference in a life.

peggy@circleofhopeduluth.org

If you would like to give her a holiday gift, suggestions would be the following: cat toys, a basket of groceries, a quilt, warm slippers (medium size), or an uplifting book. You can donate these items to Circle of Hope, and we will make sure she gets them.

If you would like to put her on your church prayer chain, it will help. There are many stage IV breast cancer patients that are surviving in the United States. Hope is very important.

Deborah is a talented former photojournalist, who is unemployed, with no income presently, and fighting for her life with Stage IV breast cancer.

Thank you to the individuals and businesses that can help. If you can do something at your business to help her, it is GREATLY appreciated.

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Northland Plastic Surgery Does More Than We Think

Posted by peggysue on December 12, 2014 in Admirable, Courage, Healthy Choices, Hope, Passion and Joy with Comments closed |

www.northlandplasticsurgery.com

Northland Plastic Surgery does more than we even realize. It has been serving Northeasten Minnesota, Canada, Northwestern Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan since 1992.   People from all over use their services.

I have been learning more everyday about what they do, and I find it very amazing.

These surgeons are true specialists in their field. They do more than breast cancer reconstruction. I did not realize that they treat facial trauma patients. If you think of those injured in a care accident, a patient who gets hit with a hockey puck or other item s they can be treat them. They even do reattachment of fingers from chainsaws, logging equipment, snow blowers, lawnmowers, etc.  I did not know that they treat burn patients.

 

These surgeons are experts in their field. They deal in facial trauma, micro hand surgery and can address skin lessons. They do breast cancer reconstruction and help patients chose the best option for them.

 

They have 6 state of the art operating outpatients surgery centers locally where they have the privileges for operating. These include local facilities at:  Essentia Health, St. Mary’s, Essentia Health Miller Dwan,  St. Lukes Hospital,  and Miller Dwan Burn Center.

 

What do they provide: Exceptional Patient Care, Proven Results, and Committed Patient Care

They are committed to Excellence and all the doctors serve on boards and committees locally. These surgeons are: Dr. Andrew Baertsch, Dr. Andrew Messa, Dr. Thomas J. Rishavy, and Dr. Dean Weber.

Nothland Plastic Surgery provides 24 hour emergency on call coverage for trauma and burns, as they respond to all emergency rooms. Located in Duluth at the London Road, Northland Plastic Surgery facilities they have consultation offices, a minor procedures room and a full service Skin Care Center.

 

Just a side note: Northland Plastic Surgery has two Facebook pages as well.

 

Their full service Skin Care Center has a licensed esthetician to focus on acne, rosacea, dryness, light scarring discoloration, skin tags, cherry angiomas, and so much more. I knew that cosmetic procedures were done there as well

 

Giving Patients Hope and Treatment…here are the surgeons you need to see.

 

 

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Circle of Hope, Duluth

Posted by peggysue on December 11, 2014 in Admirable, Courage, Food, Healthy Choices, Hope, Passion and Joy, Selfless People with Comments closed |

 

 

Circle of Hope is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit. It is a completely volunteer organization. The board of directors are a volunteer board.

Their main mission is helping breast cancer patients currently going through treatment with financial resources. This is short term help.

They have many other activities that they do as well. Sports teams.

They give out chemo caps to cancer centers. Check out their website if you just want to look at their resources which are applicable to many cancer patients. Just click the link.

http://www.circleofhopeduluth.org

If you would like to make a donation, you can do so on line or send it in the mail. You will get a tax exempt receipt back. Circle of Hope has paid out over $127,000.00 to help breast cancer patients.

You may give money in honor or memory of anyone you choose. You can be a sponsor of one of their events in 2015. There are many choices of way you can make a difference and help.

They are seeking donations of new items. for a private pink party for drawings in February.

The organization is seeking gently used clothing and accessories for a sale at the end of March. Donation slips will be given. All the left over clothing will be given to the Salvation Army store afterwards.

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The Campaign for Safe Cosmetics

Posted by peggysue on December 9, 2014 in Admirable, Courage, Food, Healthy Choices, Hope, Selfless People with Comments closed |

There are more than 100 nonprofits that care about protecting the health of consumers and working to eliminate dangerous chemicals in cosmetics and personal care products. Some of the core members are Breast Cancer Fund, Clean Water Action, Commonweal, Environmental Working Group, Friends of the Earth, Women’s Voice for the Earth, Massachusetts Breast Cancer Coalition and more.

Check out this website: www.SafeCosmetics.org

Avoid These Ingredients:

synethic fragrances

DMDM

Imidazolidinyl

Parabens

Paraben

Triclosan

Tricolcarban

Hydroquinone

Oxybenzone

Heavily scented products

Skin lighters with hydroquinone

Nail polish and removes with formaldehyde, dibutyl phthalate or toluene

Liquid handsoaps with tricolsan/trclocarban

Hair dyes, especially dark permanent hair dyes

Anti aging creams with lactic, glycolic, AHA and BHA acids

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Annual Holiday CD for Sale, $12

Posted by peggysue on December 8, 2014 in Admirable, Courage, Food, Healthy Choices, Hope, Passion and Joy, Selfless People, Uncategorized with Comments closed |

 

 

Bluebird Foundation, Inc, a 501 (c) (3) has already awarded $2500 in grants and scholarships in our first 8 months! This is the tip of the iceberg as we help high school aged kids pursue their love of the performing arts.

Our mission statement is “To be an advocate for area youth in the performing arts and to create awareness of the power of the arts to enhance self esteem, to increase understanding of others, and to improve academic performance.”

Help us by purchasing one of our Christmas By The Lake-Volume VIII holiday music CD’s this year. visit www.bluebirdfoundation.org

for more info. CD’s are also available at the Breeze Inn and Street Car in Carlton, local SuperOne grocery stores, Pam’s Hallmark, etc.

 

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Sankta Lucia, Duluth, December 13

Posted by peggysue on December 7, 2014 in Admirable, Courage, Food, Healthy Choices, Hope, Passion and Joy, Selfless People, Uncategorized with Comments closed |

 

 

One year we went to this event put on by the Swedish Cultural Society of Duluth. This year it is held at 9 a.m., Dec. 13th at the Holiday Inn, Great Lakes Ballroom. You must make reservations by Dec. 5th to hold your place. The contact is 1.218.727.4416.

The program involves the procession of Lucia, Maids of Light, Starlights and Jultomte. Children will sing. There will be parkoka cookies for dessert.

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Christmas Bazaar Kenwood Lutheran Church, Dec. 6

Posted by peggysue on December 5, 2014 in Admirable, Courage, Food, Healthy Choices, Hope, Passion and Joy, Selfless People with Comments closed |

Christmas Bazaar at Kenwood Lutheran Church on December 6 from 9:00 a.m.-2 p.m. The address is: 2720 Myers Avenue, Duluth. It is off of Arrowhead Road in case you are wondering.

Cookie Walk, Crafts, Lunch, Lefse, Krumkake, Gifts, Quilt Raffle and Books. Come and support a local church. Great cause.

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Help a Local Stage IV Breast Cancer Patient This Season

Posted by peggysue on December 2, 2014 in Admirable, Courage, Food, Healthy Choices, Hope, Passion and Joy, Selfless People with Comments closed |

 

https://www.giveforward.com/fundraiser/v966/deborah-morse-kahn-s-breast-cancer-treatment?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=graph&utm_campaign=vanity_page

Adopt This Breast Cancer Patient in Her Hour of Need. You can do it individually or as a business. The above link is open and ready for your donations.

Think of it in these terms:

$5.00 for cat food (She has two cats.)

$10.00 for gas or food

$20.00 for a Christmas meal

$30.00 for groceries

$40.00 for car insurance (necessary to go for treatments)

$10.00-$100.00 for other bills owed (To keep the credit card callers from calling.)

$150.00 for a car payment (necessary to get her to her treatments and appointments)

$900.00 for rent and all of her utilities

If you would like a tax exempt donation slip, donate to Circle of Hope, an online fundraising benefit for Deborah Morse Kahn Online Fundraising Account. We will send you you a tax exempt donation receipt. The total check will be send to Deborah for her expenses.

http://www.circleofhopeduluth.org. Go to the Helping Hands and Hearts link and look for #1. Deborah Morse Kahn Oneline Fundraising Account

Please state that if you put it on a credit card or send it in the mail to Circle of Hope that you want it to be used for the Deborah Morse Kahn Account.You can also donate anonymously, if you choose.

Make a difference in a life.

peggy@circleofhopeduluth.org

If you would like to give her a holiday gift, suggestions would be the following: cat toys, a basket of groceries, a quilt, warm slippers (medium size), or an uplifting book. You can donate these items to Circle of Hope, and we will make sure she gets them.

If you would like to put her on your church prayer chain, it will help. There are many stage IV breast cancer patients that are surviving in the United States. Hope is very important.

Deborah is a talented former photojournalist, who is unemployed, with no income presently, and fighting for her life with Stage IV breast cancer.

Thank you to the individuals and businesses that can help. If you can do something at your business to help her, it is GREATLY appreciated.

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Help A Stage IV Breast Cancer This Holiday Season

Posted by peggysue on November 30, 2014 in Admirable, Courage, Food, Healthy Choices, Hope, Passion and Joy, Selfless People, Uncategorized with Comments closed |

 

https://www.giveforward.com/fundraiser/v966/deborah-morse-kahn-s-breast-cancer-treatment?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=graph&utm_campaign=vanity_page

Adopt This Breast Cancer Patient in Her Hour of Need. You can do it individually or as a business. The above link is open and ready for your donations.

Think of it in these terms:

$5.00 for cat food (She has two cats.)

$10.00 for gas or food

$20.00 for a Christmas meal

$30.00 for groceries

$40.00 for car insurance (necessary to go for treatments)

$10.00-$100.00 for other bills owed (To keep the credit card callers from calling.)

$150.00 for a car payment (necessary to get her to her treatments and appointments)

$900.00 for rent and all of her utilities

If you would like a tax exempt donation slip, donate to Circle of Hope, an online fundraising benefit for Deborah Morse Kahn Online Fundraising Account. We will send you you a tax exempt donation receipt. The total check will be send to Deborah for her expenses.

http://www.circleofhopeduluth.org. Go to the Helping Hands and Hearts link and look for #1. Deborah Morse Kahn Oneline Fundraising Account

Please state that if you put it on a credit card or send it in the mail to Circle of Hope that you want it to be used for the Deborah Morse Kahn Account.You can also donate anonymously, if you choose.

peggy@circleofhopeduluth.org

If you would like to give her a holiday gift, suggestions would be the following: cat toys, a basket of groceries, a quilt, warm slippers (medium size), or an uplifting book. You can donate these items to Circle of Hope, and we will make sure she gets them.

If you would like to put her on your church prayer chain, it will help. There are many stage IV breast cancer patients that are surviving in the United States. Hope is very important.

Deborah is a talented former photojournalist, who is unemployed, with no income presently, and fighting for her life with Stage IV breast cancer.

Thank you to the individuals and businesses that can help. If you can do something at your business to help her, it is GREATLY appreciated.

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Friday Night Christmas City of The North Parade, Festival of Trees, Bentleyville

Posted by peggysue on November 20, 2014 in Admirable, Courage, Food, Healthy Choices, Hope, Little Piggies, Passion and Joy, Selfless People, Uncategorized with Comments closed |

The Christmas City of the North Parade will be going down London Road and Superior Street this year. (Different location). The Downtown Store fronts will be decorated and many stores have drawings, so stop in.

Festival of Trees is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit having the biggest and largest homemade craft show in the region. It is a two day event at the DECC. It is put on by the Junior League of Duluth.

Check out Bentleyville at night. This is Duluth’s premier weekend.

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