Hi Jean Robb here.
I will be volunteering for the Cancer Research Pancake Breakfast.
On October 3rd 2010.
Location: 1245 N Industrial Blvd, Bedford TX,76021
Call: Mary Hall for more information 817-545-1703
Come and eat with Americas Hero's and help fight cancer. The American Legion Auxiliary Unit 379 will host this event . Breakfast starts at 10:00am. You can purchase a balloon and send a prayer for someone you know fighting cancer or someone that has lost the fight.
This is a great way to show your support for the men and woman who have supported us and our freedom.
Come be a part of this great day. Hope to see you there.
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