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Breast Cancer Walk-a-thon!
$110 raised
110% of $100 goal
5 contributors
4 Years running
Mrs. Taylor is a 3rd grade teacher at Kiefer Elementary in Kiefer, OK. She was diagnosed with breast cancer the first week of school this year. She made the decision to continue teaching during her battle. My daughter, Alexis (8), will be ...

Mrs. Taylor is a 3rd grade teacher at Kiefer Elementary in Kiefer, OK. She was diagnosed with breast cancer the first week of school this year. She made the decision to continue teaching during her battle. My daughter, Alexis (8), will be walking in the Walk-a-thon the school has put together to help Mrs. Taylor with up and coming medical bills and various expenses she will face during the fight.

Since the first day Alexis found out about Mrs. Taylor's battle she has been giving the best way she knows how.. Love, caring and kindness. Drawing pictures and making sweet notes to give to her teacher every day at school to help boost her spirits and show she cares. It was no surprise when she asked to participate in this fundraiser. The event is on October 28th from 6:30-8:3Opm at the Kiefer High School. She is only asking to raise $45 (to her that's A LOT) 

You can help by giving a flat donation or pledge a certain amount for each lap walked at the "Walk-A-Thon" I have set up the quick and easy way of donating from anywhere just in case anyone is interested in helping Alexis to her goal. If you would like to donate based on laps walked feel free to message me the amount and I will gladly follow up with her final lap count following the event. 

Thank you in advance for supporting my daughter and her goal as well as Mrs Taylor and her fight with breast cancer. You are welcome to call or message me with questions

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