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Goodbye Karl

What do you say when your leader is gone? Karl Vollstedt was a friend, a counselor, a cheerleader, a confessor, a mentor and a father figure to a group of world-wise adults: in short, he was our leader. 278 more words

Myeloma

Rerun

Normally I take Saturday away from blogging in order to work on other things.  Sometimes it is homework, sometimes it is story writing, other times it is simply trying to have a life outside the internet.  122 more words

Writing

The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society

Maybe you’ve heard of it.  Maybe you haven’t.  But unlike other non-profit organizations, this one’s special to me, and here’s why:

Mothers.

They can get on your case, watch your every move, and be extra protective which can be a little embarrassing at times in front of your friends.  322 more words

Cancer

Team In Training

Well, It’s official!  I have signed up for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Team in Training.  This year, on November 8 I will complete (God willing) the… 347 more words

Life Lessons

Burlington Newsletter Vol 4 Issue 1

Burlington Light the Night Walk April 2014 Newsletter published and now available.  Download

Inside this Issue:

Laura Bowe and Laurie Workman Malenfant Named Corporate Co-Chairs for the 2014 Light The Night Walk… 63 more words

AN IMPORTANT FUNDRAISER!

It is less than a month away from the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS) Mah Jongg Fundraising Tournament weekend! If you want to travel to California or are there already and like a FAST, 10 minute game….this tournament is for YOU!!!! 102 more words

Mah Jongg

Volunteer Appreciation Week - Our Team In Training Volunteer!

Our final featured volunteer for Volunteer Appreciation Week is from Team In Training – Barbara Dahlke!

Barbara, a mentor for one of our cycling teams, got involved with Team In Training several years ago when her friend encouraged her to train for a marathon. 175 more words

General SF Chapter