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Grateful for Legacy support

Corey Williams | The Brewton Standard Cheerleaders and players honor loved ones affected by cancer by wearing names on back of Legacy jerseys.

Corey Williams | The Brewton Standard
Cheerleaders and players honor loved ones affected by cancer by wearing names on back of Legacy jerseys.

 

I am deeply grateful by the amazing support our community has shown The Yancey Jernigan Foundation. I am proud to announce that the 2016 T.R. Miller Legacy Game raised $18,413.60. I am incredibly proud of an amazing group of young people who showed their support for this community. They are proof that you are never too young to make a difference to others.

It is touching to watch the families unite to show support for loved ones who have fought cancer, are currently battling cancer or have lost the battle. We are blessed to have many of them with us and our memories keep the ones we have lost in our lives and in our hearts. A tremendous thank you to Peach Chevrolet for their continued support of our organization. They continue to bless our community by reaching out to support others.

We are blessed in this community to have so many who are willing to pray and support one another. “The greatest legacy one can pass on to one’s children and grandchildren is not money or other material things accumulated in one’s life, but rather a legacy of character and faith.” Billy Graham.

Thank you to T.R. Miller High School for showing amazing character and faith to our community.

 

Emmie P. Jernigan