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Cone Art Exhibit Reception to Benefit Anderson Cancer Institute Announced for May 18


Cone Art Exhibit Reception to Benefit Anderson Cancer Institute Announced for May 18


by carriagetradepr on Fri, 04/14/2017 - 12:40pm

Cone Art Exhibit Reception to Benefit Anderson Cancer Institute Announced for May 18
 
Savannah Artist Unveils Paintings, Drawings and Sculptures at 24e Design Co.

Rincon children sell drinks to benefit 15-year-old's battle with rare disease

Rincon children sell drinks to benefit 15-year-old's battle with rare disease

by Coastal Mommies... on Sun, 06/27/2010 - 7:37am

RINCON - For a pair of 10-year-old Rincon
girls, spending summer afternoons selling beverages to passersby isn't
about making ice cream money.

Michaela Pannell and Avrie Shadley,
both rising fifth-graders at Blandford Elementary School, spent four
afternoons this week selling flavored beverages and bottled water in
front of Silverwood Plantation to raise money for Avrie's 15-year-old
brother's battle against a rare spinal condition.

 

A rare disease

Gregory Shadley Jr., 15, had a normal life.

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