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Community Giving – Cross Lanes Women’s Club

The women of the Cross Lanes Women’s Club have been active with the CAMC Foundation Community Giving program for 3 years. Each summer the members of the club hold a walk to honor club member Mary Fletcher, a breast cancer survivor. All of the money raised at the walk goes...
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Stop the Bleed

The Stop the Bleed campaign is a nationwide campaign endorsed and sponsored by the American College of Surgeons.  The campaign initiative is a response to the school shootings across America beginning just after the Sandy Hook Elementary shooting.  The purpose is to educate, train and put the supplies in the...
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The Blanchard Family

I want to take a few minutes to let you know how much my sister and family appreciate everything you have done. I want to thank God for putting such kind and thoughtful people in our lives while staying at the CAMC Foundation Hospitality House. I have been shown nothing...
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John Ziebold My Story

Cancer has had a devastating effect on my life.  I have witnessed its debilitating effects from the perspective of a child when my mother died of cancer, and more recently as an adult upon the death of my wife Tucky.  Both cases have guided me in my belief in community...
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Continue the Mission by Chris Stadelman

When my dear friend Marina Hendricks started Run for Your Life in 2004 in memory of her fiancé – and my longtime friend and co-worker, at the Charleston Daily Mail, Jody Jividen – I had no idea the event would become even more personal to me. CAMC Foundation Run for...
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