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Blackshear Has Special Program For Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

The Exchange Club of Blackshear held a special program for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Sarah Tatum’ son, Camp Tatum, was diagnosed with a brain tumor on July 3,2016 and went to be with Jesus on January 19, 2017. Sadly, he was only 2 ½ years old. “Campground Clothing Company is a quality apparel brand that is committed to a cause”, stated Sarah. 50% of the profits are given toward Childhood Cancer Awareness and Research. Through CCC, their goal is to share Camp’s courageous battle and share the love of Jesus, while raising funds to support research, and put an end to childhood cancer forever or at least to give comfort to families who are facing the same struggles.

Please visit www.campgroundclothing.com to find out more. If you make a purchase, you’re not only getting an amazing product, but your purchase will touch families all over the world as you support research. Pictured: Sarah Tatum and Club President, Stephen James.

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