Wednesday, May 13, 2009

"All for Ava" t-shirts

Hello dear friends,

MADD has graciously agreed to handle the "All for Ava" shirt orders from this point forward. Please e-mail Jessica Cullitan at for shirts. She will need your name, address, phone number, e-mail address and the size/quantity of shirts you're interested in. Shirts come in Youth - Small, Medium, Large, as well as Adult - S, M, L, XL, XXL. Payment needs to be received by MADD before order is placed. Also, MADD will place the order when they reach approx 150-200 shirt orders. Please send payments to the local San Antonio MADD office at 110 Broadway, Ste. 442 San Antonio, TX 78205. If you live locally in San Antonio, we ask that you please pick up your shirt(s) from the address listed above once you have heard from MADD that they are in. MADD can be reached at 210-349-0200. If you live outside of San Antonio, MADD will make arrangements to get shirts mailed to you, but there may be an additional charge for shipping. If you placed an order through Jennifer Smith over the past couple of days, please check your e-mail to see how to proceed with your order. A picture of the shirt has been added to the Photos tab within Caring Bridge.

We can't thank you enough for your continued prayers and support. Continue to proudly wear your pink shirts and Ava buttons. Everytime someone asks what the shirt or button is for, keep sharing Ava's story. It could save someone's life. This is the least we can do for the Lopez family. Next time you sit down to pray for Ava and her recovery, please say a special prayer of strength and patience for Ava's family.

Don't forget that it is not too late to register for the Walk Like MADD event this coming Saturday, May 16th at Brackenridge Park. For more information, please see the previous journal entry. If you don't live in the San Antonio area, check out the website below to see when the MADD walk will take place in your area.

I know we will all be anxiously awaiting Fred's return to hear more about Ava's baby steps towards recovery.
Take Care

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