Nathan is Hebrew and means "gift from God" - we couldn't have been more blessed than to have been chosen as his parents!

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Wednesday, September 2, 2009

It's Official! The Capital Region Buddy Walk Commercial is Finished!

The Buddy Walk committee would like to thank Lori Porter and Bill & Mary Beth Goodwin for their work on the commercial!!!! I'd also like to thank all of those that contributed pictures. The commercials have been delivered to all local television stations and will begin airing anytime!

For those of you who haven't registered please do so at http://www.capitalregionbuddywalk.org/

This year's event is going to be amazing! Filled with lots of food, entertainment and surprises! Although the festivities are free, it is the first year that we will be raising pledges, So, I'll be hitting you all up for a couple of dollars!

The success of the Buddy Walk would not be possible without the hard work and dedication of our friends and family. Seriously, this amazing event is a byproduct of the birth of Nathan Terry! He is changing lives through the people that love him. Here is the Buddy Walk A-Team:

Rose ~ cousin
Kathy ~ Nathan's aunt
Danny ~ daddy
Lisa, Carly, & Christina D. ~ family
Lisa and Aron E. ~ friends
Maria ~ friend
Corrie ~ friend
Mary ~ friend
Tommy ~ cousin
Keith ~ friend
Vicky ~ mom of Ava

Many of my other friends have also offered to help and for that I am thankful. The only member of this committee not affiliated with our family is Vicky, who has a lovely daughter with Down syndrome. Vicky has been working with me since we began planning the walk last year.

The commercial is blurry because it had to be condensed and emailed. I have the actual DVD and it's amazing. If you see it ~ let me know!!



Lianna said...

Wow that is excellent! Nathan is so darn cute!♥

datri said...

How cool is that? Too bad we don't get the local Albany stations here! Wish we could be there, but the date conflicts with the Romp For Research in the city and we're already committed to that.