Two back to back Saturday's at Wind River brought out 40 able bodied people who helped move over 12 tons of boulders, build-out two rock walls, clear the roots on 1/10 of a mile of trail (doesn't sound like a lot until YOU have to clear everything by hand!), hauling the remains of 1 large oak tree that fell down, and more than 14 hours of burn piles. Also, there was cleaning and "pick up sticks" and craft project prep and more. Too many to thank by name, but special shout out to Randy Woodward for bringing two separate crews, Rank Riders, our local Troop 150 BoyScouts, Team Reeb of 24 Hours of Booty, and alumni Maggie, Doug, Mea, Lisa and Cheryl!!!
Thursday April 20, 2017
6pm - 9pm
Please find your best pink outfit and join our friends at Team Reeb, and several more great 24 Hours of Booty teams including Team AmWins, Team Libstrong/Drew's Crew, and Team Cotswold Cougars for a casual evening at Sugar Creek Brewery, Broken Spoke & Olde Mecklenburg Brewery.
Each venue has graciously opened their doors to our teams. We will have live music, and a fresh beer with BBQ & brats from Roots Catering at each brewery for you to enjoy.
So grab a date, find something pink, and celebrate with 24 Hours of Booty and our teams in an effort to raise funds for an awesome cause!!!
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It can be challenging to adopt a new way of eating and part of our overall wellness is to minimize stress, we want to enjoy healthy meals without complicated meal plans.
To help you Wind River's Cheryl Lecroy has created a sample meal plan for you of make ahead of time freezer friendly recipes. 4 recipes, 1 shopping list, Under $50, simple and healthy!
The make ahead meals menu plan Includes a budget friendly shopping list and comprehensive notes for preparing 4 healthy and delicious recipes. 1 hour of shopping and a couple of hours in the kitchen; Voila!
This menu plan includes:Cozy lentil soup, (a Rebecca Katz favorite) Shiitake lemon hummus, Mushroom quiche, and Super surplus smoothie; several simple recipes with shared produce and a smoothie recipe to make sure all the fresh produce is used. In total, you will have approximately 18 meals!
-- For more details and downloadable recipie/meal plans click here
CHARLOTTE – 24 Foundation brought more than 100 people in the community together for its inaugural State of 24 event.
The March 9 breakfast held at Queens University of Charlotte celebrated the foundation’s successes from 2016 and kicked off its 16th year helping those affected by cancer.
Beneficiary partners include: Levine Cancer Institute, Levine Children’s Hospital, Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults, IU Simon Cancer Center and LIVESTRONG. Additional 2016 beneficiaries included: Be the Match, Brain Tumor Fund, Keep Pounding Fund, GoJenGo Foundation, Queens University of Charlotte and Wind River Wellness Retreats.
“We are so proud of and thankful to our entire 24 Foundation community for supporting our mission and for helping change the course of cancer,” said Mallory Walsh, executive director of 24 Foundation. “Together, we are inspiring and engaging communities, making an immediate impact and providing services for all those who are affected by cancer. We are poised for a fantastic future as we continue advancing cancer navigation and survivorship for all.”