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Upcoming Events 

Tower Foundation

presents
...
THE SECOND ANNUAL BOWLING TOURNAMENT FUNDRAISER
to benefit the Clinic of Angels

coming
...
Thursday, October 14th, 2010

 

What:
Bowling Tournament Fundraiser
* Food and drinks provided !!!

Where:
Pin Chasers Midtown Bowling
4847 N. Armenia Avenue
Tampa , FL 33603


When:
Thursday, October 14th, 2010

Registration:
6:30 P.M.

Bowling Begins:
7:00 P.M.

Awards Ceremony and Chance Drawing:
9:00 P.M.

bowling

 

For additional information on obtaining tickets for the event please visit the Tower Foundation site at http://www.towerfoundationtampa.com/bowling.asp

 

 

Past Events

Third Annual Spring Kick-Off

April 19, 2010

The 3rd annual Clinic of Angels� Spring Kick-Off took place on April 19, 2010 and proved to be a huge success! Dr. Michael Cichon, Founder, introduced the 2st Annual Nurse�s Cap Walk honoring the nurses and their respective school cap.  This was in honor of the tireless work of Florence Nightingale, a ministering angel who was known as The Lady with the Lamp.  25 nurses participated this year. Theresa Tatro, LPN led the walk and was awarded the Florence Nightingale award. About 150 attendees witnessed and learned the mission of the Clinic of Angels which is �to provide medical treatment to patients with chronic illnesses and to end the tragic consequences seen in a growing number of disabled and financially devastated individuals when treatment is not available�.

The highlight of the evening was certainly Miss Teen North Carolina, Megan Willey�s testimony of her battle with Lyme disease. When she was 9 years old, a victim while living in Brandon , was crippled by this dreadful illness. She overcame it and used the Lyme disease battle and her support of the Clinic of Angels to win her crown. It was a moving event especially when she finished her talk and she moved to the side and stood next to a nurse. After 30 seconds they both realized the nurse, Jackie, was her actual infusion nurse when she was 9 years old!. What a wonderful moment that many shared to see them embrace and relive the earlier time. Megan will use her position to help the Clinic of Angels raise funds in the mid Atlantic states this coming year. Good luck Megan and good luck to the Clinic of Angels!

Event Feedback

�I attended the 3rd Annual Clinic of Angels event on Monday April 19th. As a pharmaceutical representative who has become very close with Dr. Michael Cichon and his staff, I new about the charity but had no idea the impact it actually made on peoples� lives.

�I was unable to attend the event last year so I was very excited about going this year. With the live band, good food and great company I obviously enjoyed myself, but it wasn�t until I heard the testimonials that I really appreciated being there. Hearing how Dr. Cichon and the Clinic of Angels changed these patients� lives and in some instances, saved lives, I was moved to tears. One man got up to talk about his wife � how at her lowest point, she tried to commit suicide because she had lost hope. She is now on the road to recovery because of the resources and financial aid the Clinic of Angels provided them.

�Hearing these testimonials from not only loved ones, but from patients themselves, I knew I had to get involved with the organization. I had no idea the damage Lyme Disease caused and I left the event feeling more educated on the disease and wanting to help. I have become very close with Dr. Cichon and his staff, but after attending the event I had a whole new respect for each of them. Looking back at the past 18 months of calling on his office, I see the patient care provided and he has the bedside manner of a saint. I have never seen him or his staff frustrated or in a  bad mood and they are treating some of the most difficult to treat patients. Dr. Cichon is giving these patients hope and the best care possible. I always get chills when I am in his office and hear the bell ring because I know that a patients is getting better. Now I have a whole new appreciation for the bell and I am very proud to be and Angel!�

A.C.

 

 

 


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