This Grand Bahama cottage is available for 6 Days and 5 Nights , a one bedroom suite with a pull out queen size couch which would be suitable for a couple or a family with two small children. The cottage is equipped for light meals.
This cottage is available at the silent auction for Move Detroit for Less Cancer December 1, 2012.
Grand Bahama Island is 65 miles off the coast of Florida and easily accessible by air from Ft. Lauderdale or Miami.
There is a boat which leaves regularly from Palm Beach. .
The island is a wonderful place to escape the hustle and bustle of normal life. The beaches are quiet and the sand is white and flour-like.
There are literally miles of beach and the waters are clear and blue. Kayaking, cycling,walking,swimming and Bone fishing .
Proceeds from this event will help Less Cancer provide Children’s Hospital of Michigan Foundation and the national Shape Down program, helping fund programs that will aid children and families adopt healthy lifestyles. These resources will be used to purchase gym shoes and exercise equipment that will help families develop healthy habits and achieve fitness goals, as well as encourage healthy models for change – a role Less Cancer has cornered across the web and social media.
“This will allow us to support a tremendous program at DMC Children’s Hospital of Michigan and help to advance a critical nationwide initiative,” says Larry Fleischmann, MD, interim CEO of Children’s Hospital of Michigan Foundation. “The work for prevention is all about precaution not panic – our work while hopeful – is the work for the next generation. The choices we make today have many unintended consequences- we know we can do things differently and we must.
The event is sponsored by Jackson Dawson, Clear Channel Radio, Chevy Chase Trust, Children’s Hospital of Michigan Foundation, and Copilevitz-Canter, LLC.
To make a commitment to the future health and safety of our children, sponsorship opportunities are still available. For more information please visit our website at lesscancer.org or call Bill Couzens at 540-270-4587.