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  1. I am posting this for my neighbor. She has 3 single rooms for rent with shared bath and breakfast provided. This is in a old farm house (mostly restored) built in 1900. A very unique private home, she has a very friendly small dog and cat so if you have allergies this would not be for you. It is located within about a 10 minute drive (depending on traffic) to the show field and flea market in a very quiet area of Chambers Hill. Plenty of parking. If you are interested please email lorettab.3312@gmail.com Lynn Gawel
  2. https://drive.google.com/open?id=1CB2mviMRKIt8OJ1qdXGLmkaNWYwRVLsOHope this worksThis is a link to pictures of the event
  3. You can send a check to AACA Headquarters at 501 W Governor Road Hershey, PA 17033 Make Check out to Dean Packer Memo line put Ryan Packer Cancer Fund This is a link for Paypal Donations https://paypal.me/pools/c/8gbY1qIwo7 Thank You
  4. There will be photos posted on AACA Facebook, Dean also has videos posted on Packer strong Facebook page. We can not say enough about the support we have received from the AACA community! They were awesome!! Lynn
  5. The event turned out spectacular. Weather was perfect. We had a great turnout for the event. We would like to thank the AACA Library Staff and Headquarters Staff along with all Volunteers for all that was done for this event. Chris Ritter did a super job of organizing. We were able to raise a lot of money. Ryan was able to stay for the entire event and went home vey happy and tired. We can not say thank you enough to all involved to make this happen. A big thank you to all who brought cars and donated Lynn and Paul Gawel
  6. Weather is going to be great 80 degrees, sunny, low humidity Going to be a great event Lots to see and do for everyone
  7. Ryan has just completed his first round of chemo and 4 spinal taps. He now has 9 days off before the next round. It was a tuff month, problems controlling his blood counts and he had to have a blood transfusion and platelets. We are figuring out that while we might think his clinic day will be short that rarely happens. Long clinic days take him 3 days to bounce back. He was proud to keep most of his hair this past month but on Saturday he has decided it is time to shave the rest off. The August schedule looks to be grueling, more so than July, the drugs get nastier and the clinic days even longer! He starts this round with a very long day on Monday August 5th, Tuesday the 6th has to return for another Spinal tap, then a nurse will visit his home daily for injections. There are several hospital stays coming near the end of Septembers round of chemo and radiation will be starting soon. He is looking forward to starting school in mid August. He can't attend his regular school. He will work from home and a teacher will visit him daily as long as he feels up to it. Ryan's spirts are good and he never complains. He is looking forward to the Cars & Coffee and hopes to feel well enough to walk around and thank as many as he can for their support. Ryan is a die-hard Seattle Seahawks fan. His 16 year old brother is a Steelers fans. Several months ago we were looking at the NFL schedule and found that the Steelers were hosting the Seahawks on September 15th. Perfect Christmas gift! Tickets were purchased and it was to be a surprise for both grandsons. When he was diagnosed we decided he needed something to look forward to so we told them. They were both over the moon! His doctor has told him he will do everything he can to get his blood counts to a level that will allow him to go. Again as Paul said, we can not thank everyone enough for their support Lynn
  8. Terry, Thank You so much, we are very great full for all the support we have gotten. It means so much to us, Can not say thank you enough to every one. Lynn and Paul
  9. This is a pay pal account https://paypal.me/pools/c/8gbY1qIwo7 Thank you for your kind words. Ryan's father is a 13 year cancer survivor and his Opa (Paul) is a 5 year survivor. We have fought this fight before but somehow this seems different, 3 years of chemo and radiation are going to be tuff. Ryan is up too the challenge! Toughest kid I know! Thanks Lynn Gawel
  10. A huge Thank You for the AACA National HQ and AACA Library for generously offering to host "Kickin Cancer Cars & Coffee". The event will take place on Saturday August 24th from 8am till? Free Donuts and Coffee, Rouge Chef food truck will be selling breakfast and lunch items and activities for kids are being planned. Recommended donation for show cars is $10.00 spectators are free. Details are still being worked out and we will update as needed. The event will be held at the NEW HQ on Hershey Park Drive with show cars parked on the Fall Meet show field (thanks to HERCO). The event is not only a great opportunity for you to get a sneak peak at the grounds of the new HQ but also benefits the family of Ryan Packer, our 13 year old grandson that was recently diagnosed with Acute B cell lymphoblastic leukemia. While his prognosis is good he will undergo nasty 3 years of Chemo and radiation. We hope that many AACA members will be able to attend! Thanks again to Chris Ritter, Steve Moskowitz, Matt Hocker, Mike Reilly, Pat Buckley, Stacy Zimmerman, Tara Delutis and Lori Shetter for all their hard work! added event flyer Paul & Lynn Gawel
  11. A huge Thank You for the AACA National HQ and AACA Library for generously offering to host "Kickin Cancer Cars & Coffee". The event will take place on Saturday August 24th from 8am till? Free Donuts and Coffee, Rouge Chef food truck will be selling breakfast and lunch items and activities for kids are being planned. Recommended donation for show cars is $10.00 spectators are free. Details are still being worked out and we will update as needed. The event will be held at the NEW HQ on Hershey Park Drive with show cars parked on the Fall Meet show field (thanks to HE&R). The event is not only a great opportunity for you to get a sneak peak at the grounds of the new HQ but also benefits the family of Ryan Packer, our 13 year old grandson that was recently diagnosed with Acute B cell lymphoblastic leukemia. While his prognosis is good he will undergo nasty 3 years of Chemo and radiation. We hope that many AACA members will be able to attend! Thanks again to Chris Ritter, Steve Moskowitz, Matt Hocker, Mike Reilly, Pat Buckley, Stacy Zimmerman, Tara Delutis and Lori Shetter for all their hard work! Paul & Lynn Gawel added event flyer
  12. more info on the event coming soon