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Archive for November, 2009

House of Hopes and Dreams

Posted by Jessica Singletary on November 23, 2009

 Are you looking for a new house?  Wanting an investment property?  Or just needing some extra cash?  The Parker Reese Foundation is raffling off a home in Chapel Hill, North Carolina to help benefit Duke Children’s Hospital and The Parker Reese Foundation.

 The house is 1,622 square feet which consists of three (3) bedrooms, three (3) baths, granite countertops, gas fireplace and only minutes from Chapel Hill University and Duke University. 

 We have a limited number of tickets available and a second prize of $50,000 cash and a third prize of $25,000 cash. 

 You can visit our website http://www.cdhhouseraffle.com to purchase tickets online or you can print the entry form and fax or mail to get your ticket for a chance of a lifetime.  If you have any questions please feel free to email us at houseraffle@theparkerreesefoundation.com.  

 

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Duke’s New CDH Website

Posted by Jessica Singletary on November 11, 2009

We are so proud to be a part of such a wonderful CDH center!  Duke launched their new CDH website  yesterday!  We played a huge part in the design of this website and are extremely honored to have been asked to be a part of something so special!  Kudos to all of us at The Parker Reese Foundation for being what we are today!  We have accomplished so much in such a short amount of time and are truly making a difference in the CDH community!! 

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Welcome Alannah!

Posted by Jessica Singletary on November 7, 2009

Alannah

Alannah Gracyn-Reese Cain  was born Tuesday, November 3rd @ 6:58 p.m. weighing 5 pounds and 12 ounces and 19 inches long. Mom, Lisa, said she’s was doing very well.  She had her repair surgery yesterday and are weaning her off of meds now. They are going to try and remove her off of the vent on Monday!  All was up but the liver and about an inch of colon. Her left lung was severely compromised but the right is full & strong. 

Lisa said that she added Reese to her name in honor of her grandmother Ree and Parker!  What a tribute to Parker!!!  We are so happy to report that Alannah is holding her own.  We’ll keep you updated on her condition.  So far the family has no blog or carepage. 

Please keep them in your thoughts and prayers!

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