Head Over Teal Press
Beth Shelburne, who co-emceed the event, filed this report seen on MyFoxAl.com. Click here to read, view pictures, comment or share!
Interview with Jim Crandall about Head Over Teal
CBS42's Brooke Shields' Visit on Wake-up Alabama
Mobile Press Registry Article
Accounting of progress towards home detection test
We are very proud to be a part of this important research. Check out this indepth article in the Mobile Press Register.
CBS 42 Reports on the Picture of Health Event
Continuing the Fight
A Mother's Story Told by Cecilia Crandall
The May 2011 issue of 280 Living brings to light the beautiful story of Laura Crandall Brown and her relationship with her mom, Cecilia. Our thanks to Kathryn Acree and Madoline Markham for telling this story so beautifully and for helping to raise awareness to our mission and cause. You can read the full story by clicking here.
Laura Crandall met Newnan's Walter Brown while they were working together at a hotel/ conference center in Auburn, Ala.
Before long the two knew they were meant for each other and were engaged to be married in November 2008.
Two months before the wedding, Laura became ill. The couple decided not to let a frightening diagnosis derail their plans and the wedding went on as scheduled.
Thirteen months after she was married, Laura Crandall Brown passed away from ovarian cancer. In a Web site dedicated to her memory and to raising funds and awareness to combat the disease ( www.thinkoflaura.org ), Laura Brown describes her battle with cancer.
Feature story on Megan Crane - Dress Designed for Laura
Megan Crane is a young designer on staff at Judith March Fashion Designs. Megan's mom, Kim, is very active in the Foundation's activities, most especially with the Taste of Teal event held in November.
Megan was inspired by Laura's story and decided to design a special dress benefiting the Foundation.
Megan was recently interviewed by the Over the Mountain Journal. Read the story that led to this young women's inspiration to create such a beautiful design.
At this golf tournament, your swing or handicap doesn't matter. The goal is having a good time for a good cause and raising funds to fight a dreaded disease.
As a bonus, you get to meet a rising star on the ladies' golf tour.
Jean Reynolds, Newnan's contribution to the Ladies Professional Golf Association's (LPGA) Tour, has invited everyone to join her Monday, April 19, at Newnan Country Club for the first charity golf tournament to support the Laura Crandall Brown Ovarian Cancer Foundation.
Chairperson, Rachel Sizemore, appears on Saturday morning broadcast
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Hoover City Schools Newsletter
"The Rundown" Features Head Over Teal Event
(DEER VALLEY/BERRY) - "Teal" has been the en vogue color this school year for these two schools - and possibly others - as the "Head Over Teal" 5K Walk/Run at The Preserve in Hoover prepares to take off this Saturday, September 18. The 5K Walk/Run serves as a major fundraiser for the Laura Crandall Brown Ovarian Cancer Foundation.