I have never seen Kelsi so excited to get a haircut. She was up early on a Saturday morning, prepped and ready to go before I had my first cup of coffee. The anticipation of a cut and color was great, but that was not the reason for her excitement. She was going short and donating… Continue reading Donating Hair To Bring Hope
Pink Shirts and Pink Balls
The Pineapple Volleyball Club held its first annual Pink Crush Classic volleyball tournament this week. The event featured 124 youth volleyball teams from all over Indiana and the Midwest. The event showcased awesome talent, extraordinary teamwork, and a commitment to community. Tournament proceeds and a portion of merchandise sales went to the Vera Bradley Foundation… Continue reading Pink Shirts and Pink Balls
A Short Drive with a Large Impact
"I would like to get more involved in my community, but I do not have time." "I'm just too busy with life to volunteer." "Life is too hectic for me to make a commitment to volunteering." I hear these words, these thoughts, too often. Each is an actual quote from someone I have talked with… Continue reading A Short Drive with a Large Impact
Sharing a Ribbon of Support
Cancer is a terrible disease. Most everyone has been affected in one way or another. It does not discriminate by race, gender, or ethnicity. It attacks anyone at anytime. We have experienced cancer first hand as most do. We have family members who have battled cancer and have lost in the end. We currently have… Continue reading Sharing a Ribbon of Support
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