Butterfly E-Bulletin - September 21, 2010
  Reporting on News and Events for the Brain Tumor Foundation for Children 

Flying Hearts & Chihuahua-Headed Fiddlers?   ...that's what you'll find at SkaterAid!

Come join BTFC this Sunday, September 26, for the 6th Annual SkaterAid. This awesome event will take place from 2pm-7pm at East Decatur Station.
There will be plenty of skateboarding, music, food, art, and fun for the entire family. Don't forget to check out the art decks and bid on your favorite at SkaterAid. To learn more, click below.
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Williams' Walk & Run- A Huge Success!

The 12th Annual William's Walk & Run held on September 11 was a great success. We are proud to announce over 50 teams participated this year helping to raise over $65,000 to support BTFC.
Thanks to all who helped make this such a special and memorable event. To see photos from William's Walk & Run click here.

Subscribe to the Butterfly Blog; don't miss posts like this, by BTFC superstar Kylie Harris!

Kylie HarrisKylie Harris is a 14-year-old baking queen. Many know Kylie for the delicious cookies she bakes nearly every day. To read Kylie's story, "Cookies, Cookies...Every Day" check out her recent post in our Butterfly Blog.
There are hundreds of children like Kylie who deserve recognition and remembrance this September (Childhood Cancer Awareness Month) and always. Watch for other featured children on the Butterfly Blog and in upcoming issues of our Butterfly E-Bulletin.

7-year-old Cameron Tracy raises money in memory of his brother for BTFC.

Cameron Tracy delivers a check to Sherry Samuels, Mary Moore and Katie Baughman at the BTFC Office representing proceeds from a lemonde stand he held on 9/11. Cameron's big brother Matthew died from a brain tumor on 5/10/09 at the age of 13, and Cameron and his parents are determined to help others in his name. Can you believe it? Cameron delivered $554 to BTFC and $300 to Camp Sunshine. A big High-Five to Cameron!
Dates to Remember
Saturday, October 16- BTFC's Reynold's Rendezvous at Lake Oconee. If you haven't sent in your RSVP, contact Sherry
Saturday, October 23- Knights of Columbus' Dinner Gala. Enjoy a night of BBQ and music all benefiting BTFC. To learn more and RSVP click here.   
Sunday, December 12- The 25th Annual BTFC Holiday Party sponsored by NAIFA-Atlanta. For BTFC children 17 and younger; watch for RSVP forms in your mailbox soon.
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Established in 1983 in Atlanta, GA, the Brain Tumor Foundation for Children was the first non-profit organization in the United States to focus on pediatric brain tumor disease. The Foundation's mission is: "To provide financial assistance, social support, and information for families of children with brain and spinal cord tumors; fund research projects that improve treatment options and search for a cure; and raise public awareness of the disease and advocate on behalf of children who are affected." BTFC serves children and families throughout Georgia and the Southeast. Our south Florida chapter, Christina's Kidz, is dedicated to helping Florida families.