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CONGRATULATIONS TO THIS WEEK’S CONTEST WINNER!

Congratulations to Bree Pannell from the Kinder Morgan Team for winning the Xbox 360 and Kinect!! THIS WEEK’S FUNDRAISING CONTEST PRIZE – SHARP 32” LCD HDTV* All registrants who have raised at least $1,000 (online and offline) are entered into … Continue reading

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Camp Rainbow Needs Your Help!

The Camp Rainbow committee needs your help! If you have any fishing gear – rods and reels  —  you are not using anymore and can donate to our cause, we would appreciate it. The children absolutely loved the opportunity to … Continue reading

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School Walk for Diabetes at Cline Elementary

School Walk coordinator and P.E. teacher Judy Shetler leads a wonderful School Walk for Diabetes every year. Judy and Cline Elementary School has been honored and publically recognized for their dedication and commitment to educate their Friendswood school community about … Continue reading

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American Diabetes Association Alert Day

The American Diabetes Association Alert Day℠ is a one-day “wake-up” call asking the American public to take the Diabetes Risk Test to find out if they are at risk for developing type 2 diabetes. The Diabetes Risk Test asks users to … Continue reading

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Texas Diabetes Youth Advocate Visits Washington, D.C. to Urge Greater Federal Funding in the Effort to Stop Diabetes®

Spring, TX  March 16,2011 – In an effort to Stop Diabetes and the devastating effects of this disease in our community, Chris LeCates, a diabetes youth advocate in Spring, TX, joined more than 200 diabetes advocates from across the country … Continue reading

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School Walk for Diabetes

1 in 3 American children born today are predicted to develop diabetes if lifestyles do not change. For Hispanic and African American children the predicted risk for developing diabetes rises to 1 out of 2. What is your school doing for diabetes education, prevention and … Continue reading

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