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"Maxstravaganza" event to help five-year-old with cancer

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Posted: Tuesday, October 23, 2012 9:13 am

"Maxstravaganza" was developed by friends and family as a fundraiser and fun event to help support five-year-old Max, who is battling brain cancer.

The cost of having a child with cancer is tremendous. In recent days it has been apparent that there may be new areas of tumor growth. Support is critically needed at this time to get little Max the treatment he needs.

In addition, the Max Love Project is a non-profit organization created by Max's mom, Audra, provides therapeutic resources for Super Kids around the world like Max that are fighting cancer. The special "Maxstravaganza" event will benefit other kids with cancer as well.

The event will begin at 11:00 with family and friends on a "solidarity walk " with little Max. "Maxstravaganza" will include family carnival type big toys and games, western entertainment by Greg Spivey & Band, DJ music, food trucks, arts and craft vendors, baked goods, GREAT raffles and more..

You can help in the following ways:

-Attend and Support

-Copy and distribute the attached flyer to your places of business, work, and other family so that we can continue to get the word out.

-Donate raffle and silent auction items or help us find them from contacts you may have

-Make the week of October 29th - "Super Max" Wilford Week on your Facebook page

-Volunteer your help the day of the event

For more information or to help in any way, you can contact oldrose39@aol.com or Traci Wilford Roberts at traci.d.Roberts@gmail.com.

Please consider making November 3rd a priority and join us at "Maxstravaganza". Bring your children and grandchildren. This will be an awesome experience for everyone.

-Larry and Kathy Delfs

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