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One of our beautiful patrons is a shining bright star in the broad daylight. Another year, a whole lot of more hope.  She has done this three years in a row friends.  Here's the scoop:

On July 21st and 22nd April Behnke from Dale, WI, will again participate in the Scenic Shore 150 Bike Tour in honor of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.  She starts in Mequon, WI riding 75 miles to Manitowoc.  After a night of rest, she will continue to cycle another 75 miles to Sturgeon Bay.  I am so very proud of her and her huge selfless heart!!

I am also extremely proud to know that there are so many people out there that care about others, and give from $1.00 on up to help those in need.  Last year, you didn't let anyone down, you were so generous and kind.  We need your help again this year, so others may live.

Last year this very bike ride raised of 666,000.00.  So, over $506,000.00 went directly to the mission of curing leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease and Myeloma, and improving the quality of life for patients and their families.

April is committed to raising a minimum of $300.00 this year, to help find a cure for blood cancer.  Hopefully by the next Scenic Shore ride there will be a cure because of the money you donated.  Your 100% tax deductable contributions to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, can help them reach that goal, and she, actually WE ALL are eternally grateful.   You have spread a LOT of joy bringing smiles to many faces, especially ours, and I hope you are smiling now too. You should be.  Let's make the $300.00 a whole lot more than that.  If everyone reading this just donated $1.00, we would do at a minimum of 20 times that $300.00.  Give yourself a hug, and help another.

Again, thank you so very much.

You can donate by sending a check with the form on THIS PAGE.

Or you can go to this LINK, and donate online through their secure server.

Now, we are always looking for others who are doing wonderful things to help those in need.  If you are that someone, or know of someone, please send us an email using the "Comment Here" button to the left to send us the info.  We will post your selfless heart story on your very own page.

 April Behnke
April Behnke

Joy to everyone,
Colleen Sonntag




Leukemia is cancer of the blood cells. When you are healthy, your bone marrow makes white blood cells which help your body fight infection, red blood cells which carry oxygen to all parts of your body, and platelets which help your blood clot. When you have leukemia, the bone marrow starts to make a lot of abnormal white blood cells, called leukemia cells. They don't do the work of normal white blood cells, they grow faster than normal cells, and they don't stop growing when they should. Over time, leukemia cells can crowd out the normal blood cells, which can lead to serious problems such as anemia, bleeding, and infections. Leukemia cells can also spread to the lymph nodes or other organs and cause swelling or pain.  There are several different types of leukemia. In general, leukemia is grouped by how fast it gets worse and what kind of white blood cell it affects. Acute lymphoblastic leukemia, or ALL is the most common leukemia in children. Adults can also get it. Acute myelogenous leukemia, or AML affects both children and adults. Chronic lymphocytic leukemia, or CLL is the most common leukemia in adults, mostly those who are older than 55. Children almost never get it. Chronic myelogenous leukemia, or CML occurs mostly in adults.

Lymphoma is a cancer of the lymphatic system. The lymphatic system carries lymph fluid and white blood cells throughout body. The purpose of the lymphatic system is to fight infections. Like all cancers, lymphoma happens when the body's cells grow out of control, often causing tumors to grow. Most lymphomas are made up of white blood cells called either T cells or B cells. Lymphoma cells are sometimes found in the blood, but tend to form solid tumors in the lymph system or in organs. These tumors can often be felt as a painless lump or swollen gland almost anywhere in the body. Lymph nodes act as alert centers which activate the immune system to attack viruses, bacteria, or other foreign substances. Hodgkin's lymphoma, also known as Hodgkin's disease, is a specific form of lymphoma. The cancer cells found in Hodgkin's disease have traits that differ from other lymphomas. This disease usually spreads in a predictable way from one lymph node region to the next, and tends to respond differently to treatment than other lymphoma cancers. Lymphatic tissues and cells are found throughout the body, so lymphomas can also develop in the liver, stomach, nervous system or in other organs.

Myeloma is a type of cancer that affects plasma cells, which are a type of white blood cell produced in the bone marrow. When plasma cells become cancerous, they reproduce uncontrollably. The tremendously increased number of plasma cells in multiple myeloma crowd out healthy red and white blood cells, preventing them from functioning as effectively as they should. The malignant plasma cells produce osteoclast activating factors which cause calcium to be leached out of the bones. This leaching of calcium can result in dangerously high levels of calcium in the bloodstream, known as hypercalcemia, and holes in bones, known as osteolytic lesions. Some patients experience vertebral collapse or spontaneous fractures. The malignant plasma cells also produce excessive monoclonal immunoglobulin, a type of protein, referred to as an M-protein. This protein can overload the kidneys, leading to abnormal kidney function and even renal failure. Sometimes malignant plasma cells congregate in clumps, causing isolated tumors, or plasmacytomas.

Help us find out how to stop plasma cells from becoming cancer cells.  There is a cure out there, with all the natural herbs and minerals available to us, we just have to find it.  Please help us do that.

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