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Youth Club to offer thought-provoking program Feb. 10

Susan Bertrand, second from right, brings Michael Mort, left, his brother, Andy, right, and Bryan Morgan of Dynamic Health and Fitness together to offer area youth an inspirational program on Sunday, Feb. 10, at the Aspen House in Radisson. Bertrand, founder of Maureen’s Hope Foundation, said this trio offers a valuable message about living your life to the fullest, which both Michael and Andy can attest to as they both have Duchenne’s Muscular Dystrophy.

Susan Bertrand, second from right, brings Michael Mort, left, his brother, Andy, right, and Bryan Morgan of Dynamic Health and Fitness together to offer area youth an inspirational program on Sunday, Feb. 10, at the Aspen House in Radisson. Bertrand, founder of Maureen’s Hope Foundation, said this trio offers a valuable message about living your life to the fullest, which both Michael and Andy can attest to as they both have Duchenne’s Muscular Dystrophy.

— Tickets for the event are $5 each and can be purchased at Dynamic Health and Fitness (8395 Oswego Road, Baldwinsville) or by contacting Bertrand at maureenshope@yahoo.com; please note space is limited. Proceeds from the event will benefit Kelly Gleason, a Baldwinsville student who was in a serious car accident this past fall, which took the life of her mother, Audrey Gleason.

Maureen's Hope is a not-for-profit organization offering support and assistance to people facing the challenges of cancer and other life threatening illness. The organization has been able to provide more than 900 baskets to cancer patients over the past eight years in addition to providing patients with cleaning services for their home; meals for the family; financial assistance; and more. For more information, visit maureenshope.org.

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