Our mission is to create a community of people whose lives have been affected by life challenges. To strive to develop support for each other, spread awareness, fund the struggle for a healthy world and celebrate the beauty and goodness of life. We believe that it is not how high you get or how far you go, but the difference you make along the way.
Friday, April 11
April 9 to May 20 in the Williams Gallery at First Unitarian Church on Winton Rd, Rochester will host "The Way: A Pilgrimage", an exhibit of photos taken by an excellent area
photographer, John Solberg, who recently completed the walk.
The opening reception will be Friday, April 11, 6pm - 9pm and is open to the public. John will be at the opening reception and I'm sure he will be glad to discuss his trip and answer questions about his experience. The will be refreshments as well.
Saturday, February 7, 2015 to Thursday, February 19, 2015
Climbing Kilimanjaro and surviving cancer (or any disease) are linked by a powerful mental attitude to make it happen. The successful participants must look ahead and visualize themselves reaching the other side of the challenge. There must be no doubts. The hiker must possess the positive outlook to reach the top, to not do too much thinking about it or worrying about it. Success begins with mental strength and endurance. Never giving up, never giving in, regardless of the odds.