Matt Moscato Charity Golf 2016 Friday July 29, 1:00 Shotgun

| June 3, 2016 | 1 Reply

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The 2016 beneficiary of the Matt Moscato Charity Golf is Jennifer Willcock Taliercio

At age 39, Jennifer’s doctor said she was the youngest patient that he had ever diagnosed with Stage 4 COPD/Emphysema/ Alpha-1-Antitrypsin deficiency. Today she has only 18% lung function, permanently requiring her to be on oxygen. With her most recent CT scan showing several spots, we cross our fingers and hope the diagnosis doesn’t show cancer. Without a lung transplant, the doctors anticipate her ability to survive would only be five years, (we are in year four) she remains optimistic about a donor and match.

Consider this situation, add the compounded stress of mounting doctor and medication bills, the burden of wanting to contribute, but being unable to fully work…

Please help Thomas Richards Charity help Jennifer and her family during this difficult time.

The Matt Moscato Charity golf is Friday July 29, 2016 1:00 Shotgun at Sylvan Glen Golf Course and Camp Ticonderoga. More information coming soon.

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  1. Ryan Meacham says:

    To Whom It May Concern:

    I am a wine consultant from PRP Wine International and we are based out of Madison Heights. Every year we look for charitable silent auctions to donate vouchers for In Home Wine experience taste testing and what some may consider a basic “101” type wine class. The Wine consultant comes in to “your” home and presents 6 of our top selling wines that at the end of you (the host) gets to keep. The over all experience takes about 90 minutes and makes for a fun, safe, night within your own home. With an average bottle price of $20.00 the wine alone totals over $120.00. It’s well worth the $50-$100 spent. And again all profits will go to the charity.

    If this interests you please contact me at rmeacham@prpwine.com or rmeacham@mcc.edu.

    Thank You, with warm regards,
    Ryan Meacham

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