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- 05/07/16--17:21: _Believe in the Gold...
- 11/17/16--18:37: _Global News coverag...
- 02/26/17--19:05: _Golden Star Greta
- 02/28/17--16:40: _Golden Star Liam
- 02/28/17--16:43: _Golden Star Jordan
- 03/02/17--20:30: _Golden Star Hana
- 05/01/17--13:21: _St. Gregory School ...
- 05/26/17--21:51: _Courage Cut 2017
- 06/27/17--12:09: _Thank you Saint Gre...
- 07/11/17--13:24: _Rider Alumni Attend...
- 05/07/16--17:21: Believe in the Gold at A Springtime Shopping Affair
- 11/17/16--18:37: Global News coverage at the Run for Childhood Cancer event.
- 02/26/17--19:05: Golden Star Greta
- 02/28/17--16:40: Golden Star Liam
- 02/28/17--16:43: Golden Star Jordan
- 03/02/17--20:30: Golden Star Hana
- 05/01/17--13:21: St. Gregory School Believes in the Gold
- 05/26/17--21:51: Courage Cut 2017
- 06/27/17--12:09: Thank you Saint Gregory’s School!
- 07/11/17--13:24: Rider Alumni Attending Regina Run!
On May 14, Believe in the Gold will have a booth at the Little Deer Market Springtime Shopping Affair to promote the Run for Childhood Cancer! It’s a great time to register and begin preparing for your run or put together your gold costume! You can also register here to see our
Below is coverage that Global News did at the Run for Childhood Cancer. It’s a short clip from the 6:00pm news on Saturday. If you go to the 10:19 minute mark of this attached video link, you will see some coverage of the event. Shonalie was also interviewed.
Greta was a happy, healthy energetic baby. Then she started having some vague symptoms, unexplained fever, a little nausea, less stamina – nothing serious but worrisome enough to make visits to the doctor. After some investigation and nothing showing up Lindsey, (Greta’s Mom) knew something was wrong. The family
Liam Bachelder, 5 years old At first it seemed like our son, Liam, had a simple cold until he developed a fever that would not go away. Having given birth to our second son only two weeks earlier, I kept hoping he would get better so we could avoid going
Jordan Heglin 6 years old My name is Michelle, and I am a single mother to a now 6-year old boy. The scariest day of my life was when I was told my only child, who was then four-months old, had retinoblastoma, eye cancer. The ophthalmologist proceeded to tell me that Jordan will lose an eye and that
When you have a girl gifted in every way; funny, talented, loving and beautiful, who can draw, sing, dance ballet, play piano, and spread joy and love through every smile, who dreams of flying and touching the stars and yet so determined, so grounded and strong. When you have such
St. Gregory School – Lenten Projects and Donations to Believe in the Gold During the season of Lent, St. Gregory School has been involved in many fundraising projects and charity work, all in support of “Believe in the Gold”. Childhood cancer does not discriminate; it can happen to anyone.
Donate TODAY! This event has been started and inspired by Sarah Buck a grade 11 student at Bishop Carroll High School she is arranging with 12 girls to get their haircut off 10 inches to donate to make a wig. They are collecting donations for their bravery in getting that
Saint Greg’s Catholic School raised $1500 during Lent! Thank you to everyone at the school who participated in the special projects to raise awareness about the gold ribbon and childhood cancer. We are even more excited as this is the Junior High Jacey attended and she was definitely smiling down
The Believe in the Gold team is very excited to welcome over 30 Rider Alumni to our Regina run this year! The kids are going to be thrilled to see some of their favourite football heroes out supporting them. Thanks Team! Check out Saskatchewan Roughrider Players Alumni Association to stay up