Hope For Maddy Benefit

Dated: 08/12/2019

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Madeline Shayla Holloway is a beautiful 12 year old girl that was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma, a type of cancer that forms in bone and soft tissue. Maddy has begun a year of very aggressivechemotherapy and has just finished her first cycle. The road ahead will be a very long one. Herbravery is awe-inspiring.Maddy is in the 7th grade and lovesanimals, movies, doing make-up and playing at the beach with her family in Long Beach Island. She is very close with her family including her twin sister Sydney, her big sister Gemma and her brother Bryson.Maddy is usually the one helpingothers and now she needs OUR help! 

Where: Eagleswood Inn597 Rt. 9 S. Eagleswood, NJ 08092 Time: 5:30pm - 8pm Date: August 28th, 2019Hope for Maddy 

Come Join Us

 Wednesday Night as We Raise Money for theCourageous Maddy Holloway!Tickets: $30 per person Includes: Pizza, Wings, Pasta, Salad, Soft Drinks, Beer & Wine 

Checks/Donations Payable to:Barnegat Rotary Foundation

 Tickets & Donations Contact: Deb Henderson - 609-678-6516 Donna Gidley - 609-618-9949Jim Mazzerina - 609-618-7683Marion Romano - 201-394-6320Marie Holloway - 609-709-5667 Jeff Gamble - 609-709-4639Supported by your Local Rotary Clubs


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