Rare are the families that have not been touched by cancer. Rarer still are those communities who open their hearts, minds, and businesses to support cancer survivors and their families. Stowe has been such a community for the past fourteen years. The grassroots effort began in 2001, with the mission to provide education, encouragement, and enlightenment to cancer survivors and their families, regardless of the type of cancer they're battling.
It's hard to believe that the 2015 Weekend of Hope has already come and gone. The weekend's programs were extremely successful in bringing hope and education to our cancer survivors. The time, support, and positive energy you provided were very valuable pieces that greatly contributed to the event's overall success. You will find your session evaluation on the back. Thank you for donating your time and continuing to be a light for those who are affected by such a disheartening illness.
The Stowe Weekend of Hope Committee extends our sincere appreciation to you and all that you helped us to accomplish this year. We can only hope for more exciting and positive changes in the year to come.
Thank you again for being a part of our event, and we hope to see you again next year.
The Stowe Weekend of Hope Committee
"Kevin Murphy turns his own painful experience into deeply faith-based, inspirational lessons learned, in hopes that others are spared the suffering this hateful disease leaves in its wake."
Judith G. Clabes, Editor & Publisher KyForward.com,
President & CEO, Scripps Howard Foundation