April 22, 2008

From the jus' ramblin' blog, news of a bone marrow drive being held in honour of a four-year-old who succumbed to cancer in November 1998:
I would like to encourage everyone that reads this if they are not already on the Register for Bone Marrow, please take a few minutes to do this. This coming Friday, April 25th from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at our church, we are putting together a Bone Marrow Drive with the help of Mountain State Tumor Institute in Boise. The church is on the corner of Ustick and Batt Corner Road in Homedale/Wilder area. It will only take a few minutes and the only thing you have to do is fill out a few health questions and let them swab the inside of your mouth and then your name will be entered with your information into the National Register. If you cannot make it to this drive, you can also go to the Mountain States Tumor Institute in Boise and ask for Mark Allen and tell him you are doing this in memory or honor of Michael Aman Patrick.
A little digging revealed that the church in question is the Nazarene Church Homedale, 26515 Ustick Rd., Wilder, ID 83676, (208) 337-3151 or (800) 845-4624. The drive is from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Mountain States Tumor Institute (MSTI) can be found here.

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