Getting Fit 4 Stacey; help Okla. mom beat cancer
EDMOND, Okla. — Let’s get Fit 4 Stacey!
Scott Hines is putting on a fundraiser for his friend, Stacey Slaton. The wife and mother of two was recently diagnosed with Stage 4 liver and bile duct cancer.
Stacey has an enormous heart and a warrior spirit. She’s self-employed and can’t work while she’s undergoing chemotherapy. Medical bills are mounting, which is why we’re raising money to off-set the extra costs and family’s living expenses.
A benefit boot camp is planned for this coming Saturday at Fit-4-U Personal Training. The private gym is located in the Highland Park Shopping Center at the corner of NW 178th & Western in Edmond. All you have to do is SHOW UP!
There will be snacks, lunch and a series of 30 minute boot camps throughout the morning of Saturday, August 25th. The first session kicks off at 7 a.m. Plus we’ll have an outdoor play area designated for the kiddos. There will be an inflatable obstacle course, moon bounce and a free concert for the youngsters, featuring the coolest band in all the land, Spaghetti Eddie.
Stacey’s ready to fight her sassy lil’ tail off! Let’s do our part to kick cancer’s butt.
Boot camp sessions are free. There is however a suggested donation to the Stacey Slaton Foundation.
Here’s how YOU can help:
A.) Join us for the benefit boot camp this coming Saturday, August 25th: Fit-4-U Personal Training, 1201 NW 178th Suite 120.
B.) Give Financially: Stacey ran an in-home day care and can’t work. The family needs financial help to offset their living expenses as well as medical expenses. An account is set up at any Bank of Oklahoma. Please make checks payable to: The Stacey Slaton Fund. You can also donate online.
You can also email Scott Hines with any questions at email@example.com.
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