We are excited to announce our partnership with Johnson Family Chiropractic to present the event Cancer Killers: The Cause is the Cure. Ticket sales for the event will be donated to our annual thanksgiving basket project, which provides full thanksgiving meals to families in the community.
CANCERKILLERS: THE CAUSE IS THE CURE
Millions are diagnosed with this deadly disease each year, but how much do we really know about cancer? Is it just genetic or can it be prevented?
- What cancer really is and how your body is naturally programmed to kill it.
- The dangers of conventional treatments.
- How lifestyle choices dramatically boost or reduce cancer development.
- The “Don’t Get It” plan — practical action steps for cancer prevention.
Other Maximized Living offices around the country are also doing their own “Cancer Killers” seminar event to educate people in their own communities. That means there will be thousands of people across the country hearing the same crucial information, at the same time!
Here is the website where you can learn about the authors of the Cancer Killers book. I encourage you to read Dr. Majors’s story. He was diagnosed with terminal cancer, had brain tumors, and was given only a couple months to live. He beat cancer by using his body’s natural full potential and is now spreading the word!
The event will be held at Heartland Community College Community Room 1406-1407 from 1pm to 4pm. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased in advance by clicking here or at the door.
The Bloomington-Normal Jaycees Present
Each year 35,000 Americans are diagnosed with Pancreatic Cancer, in which less than 5% of those survive past a year. Studies show that Pancreatic Cancer has the highest death rate of all cancers. WHY????? By the time Pancreatic Cancer is discovered, it is too late. How can this be changed? With early detection, awareness, and research for a better treatment. You can help, by participating in the Bloomington-Normal Jaycees Tulip 5k Walk/Run for a Cure, where proceeds from this event will be donated to help find a cure to pancreatic cancer.
The 2012 Tulip 5k occurred on April 22nd at White Oak Park Trail in Bloomington, IL and was a Huge success! With your help, we were able to raise $4800 for the Siteman Cancer Center. This event grows year after and year and is one the chairwomen, Katy Griesemer has a great amount of passion about.
This year we are trying to beat our accomplishments of last year’s $4800 and we need you to come out and join us for the race!
When: April 14th
Race starts at 1pm
Where: White Oak Park, Bloomington, IL
***Prizes awarded to the Top Male/Top Female (no age groups)***
Please fill out the registration form here
and pay via paypal below
CONTACT: Katy Griesemer 1 Christopher Way #12 Bloomington, IL 61704 309-826-4262 Tulip5k@yahoo.com
Are you ready to “Catch the Spirit”
The 83rd Annual Bloomington Normal Jaycees Christmas Parade is on Saturday, December 1 at 10 a.m.
The parade starts at Kingsley Junior High School in Normal and travels south on Center Street ending in downtown Bloomington.
Be sure to follow Santa and check out Christmas at the Courthouse at the McLean County Museum of History after the parade.