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Concert for a Cure supports project

12:30 PM, Jul. 24, 2013
Todd Kuckkahn, president, Stevens Point Area Catholic Schools (sporting a fourth holiday tie), from left; Linda Cook, founder, Project Embrace, Ministry Saint Michael's Hospital (holding a Project Embrace blanket); Amy Formella, founder, Concert For A Cure (holding the donation); and Jeff Martin, president, Ministry Saint Michael's Hospital (holding donated artwork).
Todd Kuckkahn, president, Stevens Point Area Catholic Schools (sporting a fourth holiday tie), from left; Linda Cook, founder, Project Embrace, Ministry Saint Michael's Hospital (holding a Project Embrace blanket); Amy Formella, founder, Concert For A Cure (holding the donation); and Jeff Martin, president, Ministry Saint Michael's Hospital (holding donated artwork).
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The second annual Concert For A Cure for cancer was held at Pacelli High School to support the Project Embrace program, which provides fleece blankets to oncology patients while they are undergoing chemotherapy or radiation treatment at Ministry Saint Michael's Hospital.

Patients are offered a navy blue or raspberry colored fleece blanket with the Project Embrace Trillium flower logo printed on the corner of the blanket.

The fund is grown by individual donations and specific fundraisers ...

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