Tom Petzold My name is Tom Petzold. I discovered riding as a teenager in northern Michigan. The mystery and intrigue of the sport had a lot to do with the interest I developed in it. My earliest exposure was as a young teenager in the late 1970s seeing my aunt Ruth Petzold’s road bike which
Criticcar Tour With Journalist Jennifer Conlin for Move Detroit for Less Cancer Silent Auction December 7th
Jennifer Conlin Join the fun!. Move Detroit for Less Cancer. December 7th, Bayview Yacht Club, Detroit, Michigan. Festivities start at 6:30pm, music by Jay Jolley and 2XL. Tickets are 25.00 at the door and Angel Sponsors are 100.00 including two drink tickets, and a drawing for a cocktail cruise for four on Lake
Bill Couzens, Founder Less Cancer and Senator Bert Johnson outside the Senate Chambers in Lansing, Michigan. Lansing, Michigan October 10, 2013 Lesscancer.org (Next Generation Choices Foundation) was honored in Michigans Senate by Senator Bert Johnson. Below is what Less Cancer Founder Bill Couzens had to say on the floor. Michigan Senate, Lansing Michigan
Esther L. Barazzone,Ph.D President Chatham University At Chatham University, our commitment has long been to prepare students to excel in their professions and to be engaged, environmentally responsible, globally conscious, life-long learners, and citizen leaders for democracy. Our Eden Hall campus, located in the northern suburbs of Pittsburgh, is the embodiment of a commitment Chatham
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bHhCP5ad-zM Not unlike therapy ... reporting for the sake of reporting with no change is just that -reporting not change.
Cancer is a very personal thing. Seemingly, whenever the subject comes up, someone has a side, a position, an experience. Not just an experience, but a life changing defining moment in an individual’s life. A disease that for some is not open for discussion, but for many is seemingly the “law” when dealing with or approaching
Why would I be reviewing a book on hospice when Lesscancer.org is all about prevention? In my experience “prevention” and “end-of-life issues” are marginalized in the medical arena; and it is that very gap that bridges the two. As is the case with prevention, very few resources are being devoted to end of life including
(l) David Toutant (c) Bill Couzens (r) Suzi Tobias On July 20, 2013, Suzi Tobias, David Toutant and Jim Weitzmann set out from Port Huron, Michigan, on a 300-mile, two-day bike ride to draw attention to cancer prevention. The Port Huron-Mackinac Bike Ride for Lesscancer.org was the brainchild of Suzi Tobias, who envisioned
Pictured here with a Fox News reporter is Suzi Tobias and Dave Toutant leading friends on an epic ride for Lesscancer.org. The cyclists are raising money for cancer prevention education and awareness.
Joining Suzi Tobias will be Dave Toutant, of Grosse Pointe Woods, Michigan who along with Tobias will be riding bikes 300 miles from Port Huron, to Mackinac Island, Michigan during the famed Port Huron-Mackinac sailboat race. The bike ride is part of the Less Cancer Challenge 300. Tobias and Toutant start their ride July 20th