10.13.2014 / Blog Posts Breast Cancer Awareness
Allison Bender found a breast lump and went to her doctor on May 7, 2014. She had an ultrasound and mammogram done on May 28th and then a biopsy done on June 4th. Allison received the call for her diagnosis on June 6th.
What does being an "All-Star Survivor" mean to Allison: "Being an All-Star Survivor means not just beating cancer but winning at life, because of those around me."
Having cancer has been the biggest challenge of Allison's life, but she feels that it is truly a team sport! She says that she could not do this without ... Read More
10.12.2014 / Blog Posts Breast Cancer Awareness
Dellamarie Albi was diagnosed with breast cancer in April of 2014.
What does being an "All-Star Survivor" mean to Dellamarie: "Surviving is an amazing gift! Being acknowledged by the terrific Redskins Organization is a welcome surprise. I have been given the opportunity to re-evaluate my life’s choices and renegotiate them if I so choose."
For Dellamarie, surviving meant being able to spend more time with her family. Especially her two grandsons, Reilly and Aiden.
Dellamarie's advice to other women: "Pay attention to your bodies and any changes you may notice – feeling especially tired or just not like yourself ... Read More
10.11.2014 / 100 Days of WOW
We've reached Day 30!
For today's instant win challenge, we're awarding 10 lucky members with the chance to attend one date of Ladies Night Out, featuring player appearances, football drills in the indoor practice facility and more! For your chance to win, visit www.100DaysofWOW.com. Read More
10.11.2014 / Blog Posts Breast Cancer Awareness
Brianna Russell was diagnosed with breast cancer on June 11, 2014.
For Brianna being an All-Star Survivor means: "I am a survivor because there is simply no other option."
She warns that age is not a factor. She advises, "You are never too young, energetic, beautiful, or too anything to be affected by this horrible disease. Please take care of your health and be proactive with self-exams."
Brianna is very thankful to have been chosen as one of this year's All-Star Survivors!
Thank you for ... Read More
10.10.2014 / Blog Posts Breast Cancer Awareness
Wendy Bhagat was diagnosed with breast cancer at the end of June of 2014.
When asked what being an "All-Star Survivor" mean to Wendy: To her, being an “All-Star Survivor” means having the opportunity to help others through the process of navigating breast cancer from the diagnosis through treatment options and eventually to the recovery process.
Wendy's advice for other women: "Know that you are not alone. Talk to others who are going through or have been through the process. It helps."
Wendy wants to be able to help other women in any way possible!
10.10.2014 / 100 Days of WOW
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10.09.2014 / Blog Posts Breast Cancer Awareness
Dbora Schrett was diagnosed with breast cancer on June 22, 2014.
What does being an "All-Star Survivor" mean to Dbora: For Dbora this means staying alive, staying well, keeping healthy and enjoying life. Staying on top of evaluations/assessments. Being positive and letting humor lead the way. Living better for self and family and passing on life and living to everyone she meets.
Advice Dbora wants to share with other women is: "Please do the 3D mammogram first, mine wouldn't have been found without it. Develop a strong support team. Do not be afraid to ask questions. Learn as ... Read More
Calling all kids! It’s time to break out your cleats and put on your gloves because the NFL’s annual Punt, Pass & Kick competition is right around the corner!
Punt, Pass & Kick was established by the NFL for youth athletes in 1961. The competition allows for both boys and girls, ages 6-15 years old, to see how their punting, passing and place kicking skills compare to those of their peers of the same age group. Since PP&K is a national competition, in order to place in the final round, participants first need to attend a local qualifying event ... Read More
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