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Spirits soared for the 110 participants of the Joy-Hope Foundation‘s 2nd annual bowling fundraiser last weekend at Price Lanes in Wilmington. A good time was had by all, and $4500 was raised to support grieving families. The Joy-Hope Foundation’s mission is to support families grieving the loss of a child due to a medical condition by providing “New Memory Making Getaways.” Their next event is the “Music For Memories” 2013 concert on 8/17 at Brandywine Valley Baptist Church in Wilmington – keep an eye on www.joyhopefoundation.com for more details.

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