Strapper’s Journey 2009-09-04 21:53:00

Here is a flyer for a car show for Mark. Incase you can not read the flyer…

Cruisin for “Strapper”
One mile at a time
Car, truck, bike show
Sponsored by
Casa del Ray – Tim Petroff – Strickly truckin
Sunday – September 20th
At Casa del Ray
533 E. Main St
Grantville Ut
$15.00 entry fee (includes T shirt)
Registration from 11:00 – noon
Show from noon to 4:30
Awards at 5:00
Food – Drinks – Raffle – Silent Auction

If you want to donate or have questions call
Steve 801-910-9586 or Tim Petroff 435-840-8189 – Bill Strickland 435-241-0162
Mark “Strapper” Allred was diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma, a blood cancer. Mark has now received two stem cell transplants. (now in remission)

So spread the word, mark your calendar and come enjoy the day with music by J.C Hacett


By the way Mark’s hair is finally coming back in. Mark’s labs are still looking good and he is filling ALMOST back to his old self.

Strapper’s Journey 2009-09-04 20:53:00

Here is a flyer for a car show for Mark. Incase you can not read the flyer…

Cruisin for “Strapper”
One mile at a time
Car, truck, bike show
Sponsored by
Casa del Ray – Tim Petroff – Strickly truckin
Sunday – September 20th
At Casa del Ray
533 E. Main St
Grantville Ut
$15.00 entry fee (includes T shirt)
Registration from 11:00 – noon
Show from noon to 4:30
Awards at 5:00
Food – Drinks – Raffle – Silent Auction

If you want to donate or have questions call
Steve 801-910-9586 or Tim Petroff 435-840-8189 – Bill Strickland 435-241-0162
Mark “Strapper” Allred was diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma, a blood cancer. Mark has now received two stem cell transplants. (now in remission)

So spread the word, mark your calendar and come enjoy the day with music by J.C Hacett


By the way Mark’s hair is finally coming back in. Mark’s labs are still looking good and he is filling ALMOST back to his old self.

Sept 3rd update

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Good News, Bad News

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August 31

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Waltzing Through Summer

I dance with a unique sense of rhythm. It brings a big smile to my face when I recall our ballroom dancing instructor telling Lu, “He leads and you follow. It is your job to make him look good even if he can’t keep time.” I can assure you that despite …

And they’re off…

We leave today for San Francisco. I’ll be admitted to the 11th floor of the medical center on Sunday. The super chemo treatment will probably happen on Monday. That treatment will be about 17 minutes of whammo!I would like to maintain contact with y…

Strength in Numbers

On Thursday, my Bass Lake quilting friends (all but Ruth who is in San Diego), brought breakfast over. A nice bon voyage breakfast. I was encouraged to open a large gift bag and pulled out a beautiful blue and white quilt! 21 of my friends had been wor…