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MRF Volunteer Summit

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    LibbyinVA
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      Kudos to the MRF for last weekend’s volunteer summit in DC. The sessions were lively, informative and well targeted. It was an emotionally charged weekend listening to many people’s stories. I came away with renewed hope and fully energized to continue spreading the word about melanoma. If you missed this event, please consider registering for MRF’s Legislative Day on the Hill on May 14 in DC. You can get the details about it and all MRF volunteer opportunities on their homepage, http://www.melanoma.org.

      Kudos to the MRF for last weekend’s volunteer summit in DC. The sessions were lively, informative and well targeted. It was an emotionally charged weekend listening to many people’s stories. I came away with renewed hope and fully energized to continue spreading the word about melanoma. If you missed this event, please consider registering for MRF’s Legislative Day on the Hill on May 14 in DC. You can get the details about it and all MRF volunteer opportunities on their homepage, http://www.melanoma.org. I finally feel like I have started to fulfill the promise I made to myself when I survived longer than expected and it feels really good. Please know I keep everyone dealing with melanoma close to my heart and always in my thoughts. Keep fighting the beast!

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