Little Things and Big Things that Mean A lot to Us.

    Our Thanks to…

    -Steve Laird who helped us tweak an element of our ONE logo that improved our design.
    -Scott Sellers, Billie and Norris Little, Robert Smalley, Matthew and Tracy Moore, Margie Bruner, Kim Miller, Emily Finkell, and others who allowed us to come into their homes to video their unique story related to their support of the ONE campaign.
    -Dan and Brandon Combs who provided helpful information to help Hamilton improve hospital entry points.
    -Libby Haigler for donating lovely handstitched blankets for nursery and pediatric patients.
    -An Anonymous Donor for donating super terrific rugs for our Golf tournament.
    -Brenda Knowles for making time to chair the Westcott Associate subcommittee in the midst of an incredibly busy work and travel schedule.
    -Joanie Taylor and Cathy Snyder for coming out on "Pink Day" and being awesome cheerleaders for all things WHF.
    -Jane Boggs for her leadership and amazing work with the Special Prospects committee this year.
    -Jim Touhy of Purity Springs, LLC, for creating and donating custom waters with our ONE logo.
    -April Baldridge of BB&T for donating waters for our Hamilton Ambassador event.
    -Katie Harden for her many hours as a volunteer with WHF and for designing our fun "When Life Gives You Lemons..." t-shirt.
    -Allen Bentley and the Idol Rejects for their terrific performance at our recent Hamilton Ambassador event.
    -Dalton State College ladies tennis players and coach, Michel Bates, for volunteering at "Pink Day" in very blustery conditions.
    -Gilbert Bradford and Randy Jarrett of Hamilton's Facilities Management Department for creating our "Christmas Tree" donation for the Festival of Trees at Creative Arts Guild.

    -and All of you for continuing to spread the news about our ONE campaign and the Cancer Institute.
    Big Things are happening as we come together as ONE!

    Gilbert and tree

    Gilbert Bradford stands next to the WHF "tree" under construction for the Creative Arts Guild's Festival of Trees.

    Patsy and tree 

    Foundation Coordinator Patsy Ogles shows off the WHF tree in progress at the CAG.