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Sunday May 24, 2020 to Thursday May 28, 2020

Monday May 25, 2020 1 Event

Wednesday May 27, 2020 1 Event

Thursday May 28, 2020 1 Event

Keep the lights Blue!

Keep the lights Blue! St. Lucie County
Date: Thursday May 28, 2020
Time: 4:00 pm
Location: Expert Shutter Services
Address: 668 SW Whitmore Dr, Port Saint Lucie, Florida 34984
Category: Community
“Keep the lights Blue!”

The production lights above each department are normally kept
“Green”, this means that the department is on schedule. This month
the lights are “Blue” and for every day that the departments stay on
schedule Expert Shutter Services will donate $200 to “Always ALS”.
At the end of the month, we hope to raise about $4,000.

On May 28th at 4 pm, we will have a gathering to present
the donation. We are extending an invitation to all friends and
family members who have been affected by ALS.
We will be serving finger foods and refreshments.

About ALwayS ALS
Kerri and Pamela Olah-Brennan (founders) have been involved
with the ALS community since 2011. The journey began on apersonal
note when a friend, Susan Spencer-Wendel, at the age of 43 was
diagnosed with ALS. As her disease progressed and she started
to decline, Kerri and Pam realized the need for ALS awareness.
Their involvement included volunteering for ALS fundraising events,
patient outreach and the ALS Association Walk committee.
From 2015 to 2017 they were the chairs for the
Palm Beach Walk to Defeat ALS raising over $500,000.

In 2017, Kerri and Pam saw a desperate need for financial help and
support by the ALS patients and families during their fight against this disease. They decided to start their own Non-Profit-501(c)3 in order to provide rapid and direct assistance to the patients and families.

Every 90 minutes someone is diagnosed with ALS and every 90
minutes a life is taken by ALS. There has yet to be a cure for
ALS aka Lou Gehrig Disease. Lou Gehrig was diagnosed in 1939.
The life span of an ALS patient is on average 3-5 years.

We will continue our fight until there is a cure.

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