Sunday, September 13, 2015

JAMAICA'S PAYROLL SECRETARY ASKS FOR HELP IN TAKING UP AN IMPORTANT CAUSE

Jamaica High School payroll secretary extraordinaire Maria Giamundo is very much involved in helping raise money for the Dystonia Medical Research Foundation.  There is a Bronx Zoo Walk on October 4 for dystonia research. Maria is looking to get some of her Jamaica friends and ICEUFT blog readers involved to support Dystonia research and to keep the spirit of Jamaica High School alive.  We can go as a group.   We need at least ten to be a "Reopen Jamaica High School" team.  We would get t-shirts with that name on them.
 
This is from the Dystonia Foundation.org Website.

Bronx Zoo Walk - October 4

Join us for a day at the Bronx Zoo to raise awareness and funds for dystonia, a rare neurological movement disorder affecting hundreds of thousands of people nationwide, one-third of them children. This debilitating condition can strike at any stage of life, affecting adults in their prime, interrupting careers and transforming the simplest tasks into challenges. Your support fuels our hope for a cure.
Cost $25 per adult walker/Children under 13 are $15.  Fee includes all day admission to the zoo, dystonia t-shirt and refreshments.

Registration begins at 8:00 AM
Event begins at 9:30 AM
Bronx Zoo - Dancing Crane PavilionMust Use Southern Boulevard Entrance
2300 Southern Boulevard
Bronx, NY 10460

The Eterno family -- James, Camille, Kara and Matt -- will be there supporting Maria as she takes up this worthy cause. We hope everyone can join us or at least donate.  It's easy to sign up. Just follow the link below.


I look forward to seeing many of you on October 4.

3 comments:

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Joan Bessette said...

Great cause.
Great idea for a Jamaica HS get together.
See you all there.
How about some car pools?
Joan Bessette

James Eterno said...

Great to hear from you Joan. Email me and we will work on it.