Keystone Gardens Fights Cancer

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Keystone Gardens CEO Michael Garrison lost his mother last year to Cancer. In his mother’s honor, he has chosen to help fight this devastating disease. Keystone Gardens is contributing the value of $7500 to Relay for Life which is taking place at Haverford High School 200 Mill Lane, Havertown, Pa 19083 Event Date: June 4-5 2011.

Keystone Gardens CEO Michael Garrison lost his mother last year to Cancer. In his mother’s honor, he has chosen to help fight this devastating disease. Keystone Gardens is contributing the value of $7500 to Relay for Life which is taking place at Haverford High School 200 Mill Lane, Havertown, Pa 19083 Event Date: June 4-5 2011.

The Relay for Life is the American Cancer Society’s signature fundraising event and remains the strongest source of dollars for the Society to fund its mission of eliminating cancer as a major health problem. However, Relay For Life is not just a fundraiser; it is a unique activity that offers an opportunity to participate in the fight against cancer while celebrating those who have battled or are still battling the disease. Relay for Life has earned over $19.5 million in the fight for cancer.

Not only will Keystone Gardens strive to make the world a more beautiful place as Landscaper’s extraordinaire, but Mike Garrison vows to do his part to help make that more beautiful world, cancer free. Please join Mike in the fight against this disease! If you would like to take part in Relay for Life Haverford Township, or become a sponsor like Keystone Gardens, please contact Judy Moylan 610-247-3720 jackheaven (at) aol (dot) com

http://www.keystonegardens.com

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