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LIFE

June 25, 2012

Stony Point alumni, friends, fans and anyone in Central Texas who wants to make a difference

Via Robert Stephenson:

Weston is a 2009 Grad from Stony Point. If you are on this list, it is because I believe he touched your life or your childs life in some way. He is very Charismatic, he was the one who lead the Blue Crew to fame both 2008 and 2009 and if you were at any of the games, you know how awesome 2009’s Blue Crew was!

Weston was diagnosed in May with a Cancer that has attacked his shoulder, lungs and kidney. He went to the doctor for a pain in his shoulder after diving into the water. Imagine his surprise when he got this diagnosis. The tumor on his kidney has been removed. Radiation to his shoulder had no effect, actually the tumor grew, so he now faces surgery next week. The good news is the spots on his lungs have NOT grown!

Imagine this shock, when you discover that you have insurance, but you don’t have the Cancer Policy for your 21 year old son, so many of his treatments are not covered or your out of pocket is out of this world.

I know this is a lot of information, but I feel that to know and understand how important this fundraiser is, you need to know a little about the situation. Some of you know Weston, some of your kids know Weston, some of you know him through football (as a fan, he didn’t play), and some of you know him because of Stony Point.

A few of you are on here because of your good hearts and awesome ability to support those who are in need through prayer.

If you get a chance, please come out on Monday and have a great dinner. Location is PALMER, not RR. It is on the way to the Stadium (I actually thinks that’s kinda cool since he has so many great memories about that place!)

YOU MUST HAVE THIS FLYER WITH YOU!



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