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Avidor Edina, an active 55+ community in the Twin Cities, is featured in the June 17 issue of the MN Sun Current newspaper. The paper published a photo and caption highlighting last week's blood drive at the active 55 + community. Learn more about the community at Avidorliving.com.
Congratulations to Bruce Ario on the article he wrote for the University of Minnesota's Alumni Association magazine. 'I Saw an Angel' has been published in the June 2021 issue of Minnesota Alumni. In the article, Ario writes about his struggle with mental illness, the long road to recovery, and the program that helped him find peace.
Bruce Ario has written five books that tell the stories of characters who, like himself, have struggled with mental illness. Learn more about his work at Bruceario.com.
Teen philanthropist Sanya Pirani, a 9th grader from Prior Lake, Minnesota, was back in the news in June. WCCO Television in Minneapolis covered the food packing event she and her friends participated in on June 12th.
The event is just one of the ways Sanya is working to help feed 700 children who live in Latent, Haiti. She is also raising money for the cause. Her long term goal is to fundraise $56, 210. She is more than halfway there, with $26,700 left to fundraise this year to meet her goal. Her goal for this event is to raise $1,000. If successful, a generous donor will match donations dollar for dollar.
For more information, or to donate to Sanya’s causes. Visit Sanyashopeforchildren.org.
As a two-time breast cancer survivor, a seasoned medical provider and a medical educator, Donna Sidwell DeGracia of Richfield, Minnesota has been asked to share her knowledge about one of the most feared diseases to afflict humanity countless times. So many, in fact, she decided to write a book.
Reconstructing Hope: Intrusions, Oxymorons & Transformations in the Breast Cancer Marathon has been very well received. In fact, the book just won national recognition. It has been named a finalist in the “Cancer” category of the National Indie Excellence Award (NIEA) contest.
According to the book award contest’s website, winners and finalists are determined on the basis of superior written matter coupled with excellent presentation in every facet of the final published product from cover to cover.
Reconstructing Hope: Intrusions, Oxymorons & Transformations in the Breast Cancer Marathon provides useful information to patients and families as they navigate treatment and survivorship. DeGracia uses stories, poetry, and examples from personal experience of survivors, families, and medical professionals to illustrate the human side of the disease and to provide information and hope in a practical and easy-to-read format.
More information is available on the author’s website: Donnasidewelldegracia.com.