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Emerald Lakes- In It To End It- Cancer Awareness Day

June Solla

On Saturday, October 6, 2012, The Emerald Lakes Community Center will be host to the Cancer Awareness Day Events.  This day is dedicated to bringing awareness and help to those who need it and to  creating a world with less cancer and MORE birthdays! Saving lives begins with one act, one participant and one dollar at a time. Please, come out and support this worthy cause.


Breakfast- 9am to11am, – $7.00 adults ,6-12yo $3.50, under 6yo free
Crush Cancer Car Wash 12pm-3pm – $5/cars $7/trucks/SUV

Basketball Games 3pm- entry fee-$
Tricky Tray Raffle -$1/ticket.- Tickets will be sold all day- drawing at 6:30pm (winner does not have to be present but name & phone # must be on tickets),

PLUS – Music ,Fun Games , Crafts, Presentations by American Cancer Society,Breast Friends Of Monroe County and The American Lung Association.Those attending the American Lung Association presentation will be able to receive a “free” Radon Testing Kit (limited quantities).

Drinks  and Dinner Special.

Beat Cancer Bingo Fundraising Special-7:30pm

For One Night Only – Smoking will not be allowed in the building. You may still go outside to the designated smoking areas to enjoy yourself.


About Respect and Kindness and Smoking


Lola Lauri

Hi Daniel Glasgow, and hello to the ELA Board.  This letter is for you.

The problem that many of us Facebookers have with the board is that they have always refused to see the opinions and discussions on the internet as valid.  We are real people, and real ELA members, many of whom cannot or will not attend board meetings.  Frankly, those meetings are very uncomfortable and confrontational and I personally have to steel myself against those feelings and work myself up to attending, which is why I don’t go more often.

Daniel, in your speech at the annual meeting, you said that you wanted to represent everyone in our community, not just the people who attend meetings.  If you could do that for us at the next meeting – represent us and insist that our opinions should count too, that would be upholding what you said you were going to do.  I am not saying you have to agree with us, (heck, we can’t even agree with each other!) but you could talk about the other side of this issue to the board, you could explain what you have read here and get that side of the issue before the board.

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