Gift of Life

It takes a team of players both on and off the field to secure a big win for the team, so take your best shot and help the Gift of Life win the monumental battle with prostate cancer Thursday, April 20, at Champagne & Ribs “Wide World of Sports” themed event at 6:30 p.m. at Ford Park.

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Gift of Life Youth Council members Jabari Clark, 18; Naomi Raczkovi, 17; Chloe Raczkovi, 15; Taylor Terrell, 17; and Swann Nance, 18, hand out gift bags including sweet treats and important information about the negative effects of smoking cigarettes and vaping/e-cigarettes at Beaumont City Council on National Kick Butts Day, March 28.

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Join the Gift of Life and thousands of “Champions of the Cause” as downtown Beaumont erupts in color Saturday, Oct. 1, at the sixth annual Julie Richardson Procter 5K Ribbon Run Color Rush presented by the Byrd Law Firm, with title sponsors H-E-B and Jason’s Deli.

The event starts at 8 a.m. at City Hall with same day registration at 6 a.m.

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AT&T Pioneers Ethel Jones Johnson, Angel Jones, Graylynn Viltz and Tonja Holmes

Representatives from AT&T Pioneers and Winners for Life presented a check for $5,000 to the Gift of Life on Wednesday, Sept. 7, at the nonprofit’s Dowlen Road office in Beaumont.

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Gift of Life client; Beaumont Health Department representative Mary Alexander, R

H-E-B and Baptist Hospitals of Southeast Texas teamed up with the Gift of Life to provide free clinical breast exams and mammograms to more than 30 medically underserved Southeast Texas women Wednesday, July 6, on the UTMB mobile mammography van at the new Beaumont Health Department.

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Are you in it to win it?

The Gift of Life needs YOU to form a team that’s willing to go the distance in the fight against cancer at the sixth annual Gift of Life Julie Richardson Procter 5K Ribbon Run Color Rush, presented by The Byrd Law Firm on Saturday, Oct. 1 in downtown Beaumont, beginning at 8 a.m.

WHO

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The Woodstock Music and Art Fair that took place Aug. 15-18, 1969, helped change music forever. More than 400,000 people flocked to a dairy farm in New York to see performances by Janis Joplin, Carlos Santana, Creedence Clear Water Revival, The Band, Joe Cocker, The Who, and who can forget Jimi Hendrix’s iconic rendition of the “Star Spangled Banner”?

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Members of the Gift of Life’s Youth Advisory Council are joining thousands of students across the country to commemorate National Kick Butts Day on Wednesday, March 16, an initiative that encourages youth, teachers and health advocates throughout the United States to stand up and speak out against Big Tobacco.

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By Kathie Platt

Special to The Examiner

 

Geralyn Lucas, 20-year cancer survivor, author, speaker and mom from New York City was wowed by Texas-style chivalry as she was ushered onto the stage during her recent speaking engagement at the Gift of Life Survivor Celebration at the MCM Eleganté on Thursday, Feb. 4. In fact, she described everything about her Southeast Texas experience as an immersion in charm, warmth and hospitality. 

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On Saturday, October 3, 2015, the Julie Rogers “Gift of Life” Program will be hosting the 5th Annual Julie Richardson Proctor

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