Before and after. Thank you Bobby Scott and your crew for the cleanup of the Cancer Center.
I’m so tired but have to give a Rave to the volunteers to help me today as you all prepare for the hurricane you have to remember that are local cancer family couldn’t even think about in an extra case of water my volunteers help me deliver 85 bags of sand 60 cases of water extra medicine and three carloads of food to our local family it’s a lot of work we have a hundred eighty five families in the center that need help but I am very blessed and I thank my volunteers.
This is Jonathan and first I would like to say a huge thanks to all of you that have donated to the Debbie Turner Cancer Care Center to help me accomplish my project. I’d also like to thank all of you who volunteered your time working at the Center on the project with me. I am, however, still short on funds to complete the project. I am $2500 short. I need $500 for 10 desk chairs and $2000 for 4 desk top computers . If anyone would like to donate or knows of a business that would like to sponsor a computer, please contact me so that I may follow up. Help me help Debbie’s kids!
Here is a update of the Eagle Project.
Good morning everyone the Boy Scouts are at the center to start painting the mural in the kids room, they’re also building the desk for the computer room, they Rock. Please help us and support the Eagle Scout project!
After a hard day of work! Thank you to Jonathan Jennings the Eagle Scout project troop 22 and Ken Graves from D & G Construction and everyone involved for your hard work!
Thank you Mr. John for the tie-dye bandanas for are cancer survivors there beautiful!
What a great way to kick off the Eagle Scout project from Jonathan Jennings troop 22 at the Cancer Center please keep on donating so that we can complete his project.
I learned about this center through the internet.
I had breast cancer 20 years ago. I have been cancer free for a long time. Recently, in the past couple years I have lost my insurance so I have no way to afford to have my mammograms. I found the center and they paid for my mammogram. I had to go for the 2nd mammogram w/diagnostics. There appears to be an issue and now I have to have a breast MRI. Without the Debbie Turner Center I would have not been able to do this! I am so very grateful. I could never repay or thank you enough. Thank you!!!
What a great event with the East Lake chamber.
Shelley got to ring the bell at infusion center today!
She is done with chemo (thank God, she was extremely sick this week). Time to celebrate this first step!
So now she enters into “maintenance” phase, she will go in every 3 weeks for just one day to get immunotherapy (no sickness!) and get Ct scans every 6 weeks. There is no time limit on how long this will last, they say she will do this as long as there’s no changes. Keep praying for good results! Thank you for all you for your love, prayers and support!
Love all of you, Frank and Shelley