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DON’T MISS: Central MA Lyme Foundation’s Kickoff Fundraiser at the Wine Vine

Wednesday, April 02, 2014

 

The Central Mass Lyme Foundation, a new nonprofit based in Worcester, will hold their first kick-off fundraising event on Sunday, April 6th from 1 PM to 3 PM at the Wine Vine on Highland Street in Worcester.

Selected bottles of wine from their store selection will be sold and $5 from each bottle will go the foundation. There will be door prizes and music.

The foundation, formed by Ken and Michele Miller, has a mission to help each other heal physically and emotionally from Lyme and tick-borne diseases in all their complexity. To help each other end the social, psychological and medical isolation that is so often a part of these diseases and to help prevent Lyme and associated tick-borne diseases by supporting research and education.  

"This is the kick-off event for our new nonprofit that was recently by my husband, Ken and I in honor of my Mom, Jeanne Cloutier who lost her battle with late stage lyme disease in February, 2013," said Michelle Miller. "Unfortunately we saw firsthand the devastating effects of this disease and reading in my Mom's journals, her isolation and despair."

For more information visit the Central Mass Lyme Foundation on Facebook or contact [email protected]

 

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