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Jeremy Potratz' Kick for Cures
I'm raising money for this event:
Kick for Cures 2012
Please help support ISBC's Kick for Cures Campaign by sponsoring me. Any amount you can give will help those in need. We will be attempting 1000 kicks and punches in an hour at Harper College on Sunday, August 26. Donations will be distributed among several foundations including the Make A Wish, American Cancer Society, Autism Speaks and the ISKC's stricken families in need.
This is my sixth year participating in the Kick for Cures. It is an awesome experience going through an exhausting hour knowing your helping to fight devastating illnesses.
Thank you for your support.
About my cause:
Kick for Cures is an event to help fight devastating illness. Annually Illinois Shotokan Karate Club students come together to raise funds to support organizations that provide support or research for individuals stricken with devastating illnesses. We support the following organizations:
• Make A Wish
• Cystic Fibrosis
• Augie’s Quest
• American Brain Tumor
• Alzheimer’s Assocation
• American Cancer Society
• Michael J.Fox Foundation
• Susan G Komen For The Cure
• Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
• Bladder Cancer Advocacy Network
• Autism Speaks
• Bear Necessities
• ISKC’s Stricken Families in Need
• Jennifer Malloy Scholarship Fund
The Illinois Shotokan Booster Club is a 501(c)3 organization and your donations are tax deductible as allowed by law.
We're proud of you - keep kickin' - Love Mom and Dad
Sue & Fred Schwaneke
Proud of you! Uncle Dred and Auntie Doodie
Go Kick some Butt!
Good luck, Jeremy! Think of the upcoming November Presidential election to draw some inspiration, if you need it. Your Parents can explain this if it does not make sense to you. The Annunziata Family.
keep on kickin' love from cuppycake
Hope the "kicking" went well. Cheers!
Hope you kicked alot
JO: good job being a contributor UB
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