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Sports: NBA Players To Play at The Obama Classic.

President Obama has set up the first ever “Obama Classic” B-Ball game! It will be played on Dec 12 in the D.C. area at an undecided location! Big name NBA (+WNBA) Stars (chart below) will play for Obama! Tickets will range from $100 to $5000 (purchase tickets), with proceeds going towards the Obama Victory FundObama Victory Fund is a joint fund-raising committee that supports both President Barack Obama’s 2012 re-election campaign and the Democratic National Committee. – 

Confirmed to play:

Ray Allen – Carmelo Anthony – Chris Bosh – Vince Carter – Tyson 
Chandler – Jamal Crawford – Kevin Durant – Baron Davis – Patrick Ewing – Derek 
Fisher – Rudy Gay – Blake Griffin – Tyler Hansbrough – Dwight Howard – Juwan 
Howard – Antawn Jamison – Dahntay Jones – Brandon Knight – Kevin Love – Jamal 
Mashburn – Cheryl Miller – Reggie Miller – Alonzo Mourning – Dikembe Mutombo – 
Chris Paul – Quentin Richardson – Doc Rivers – Steve Smith – Jerry Stackhouse – 
Amare Stoudemire – Tina Thompson – John Wall – Russell Westbrook

source: thatsenuff.com


Charity: Glee Gives 1 million Away To Schools

Click the Link below to help a local brooklyn school (P.S. 31) have the chance to win a $50K scholarship so that the children can have a music program.


Charity: P.Diddy aves Boys And Girls Club In Harlem.


BOYS & GIRLS CLUB OF HARLEM ANNOUNCES SIGNIFICANT CONTRIBUTION TO RELIEF FUND

“Diddy Saves the Boys & Girls Club of Harlem”

NEW YORK, N.Y. (October 11, 2011) — The Boys & Girls Club of Harlem, an organization dedicated to youth development by providing access and opportunities for young people in their community regardless of economic, social and family circumstances, today announced a remarkable contribution
from business magnate Sean Combs, founder of the entertainment conglomerate Bad Boy Entertainment
Worldwide.

The donation will significantly impact the organization’s operations budget, which has been under tremendous pressure due to enormous shifts in federal, state and private funding.

“Mr. Combs’ contribution comes at a time when we were faced with the possibility of eliminating existing programs and/or club sites. 100% of Mr. Combs’ contribution will go directly to the young people, and provide educational, recreational and social enrichment programs allowing us to move forward as a club, uninterrupted.” Willie C. Bentley, Jr. Board Member and Resource Development Chair.

The Boys & Girls Club of Harlem is part of a nationwide affiliation of local, autonomous organizations working to help young people of all backgrounds develop the qualities they need to become responsible citizens and leaders.

A hometown hero, Sean Combs grew up in Harlem and credits the historically artistic community for influencing his musical oeuvre. Over the years, he has continued to lend his support and has remained an active member of the community.

For further information on the Boys & Girls Club of Harlem, please contact Willie C. Bentley, Jr. on (347) 498-3090.

ABOUT THE BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB OF HARLEM:
The mission of the Boys & Girls Club of Harlem is to provide access and opportunities for youth to reach their full potential as
responsible members of the community.

THEIR VISION: The Boys & Girls Club of Harlem will develop young minds, instill character, and foster leaders of tomorrow by
delivering relevant youth services in a positive environment. We will be a best-in-class organization by creating a culture of excellence
through a renewed commitment with the village of Harlem. We will work together with the community to realize our mission.

PR Contact for Sean “Diddy” Combs
Keesha Johnson
DKC
(212) 981-5212
Keesha_Johnson@dkcnews.com
source: thatsenuff.com


CHARITY: The Pepe Foundation (LCNEC)

The Baez Family seeks help to assist Jose financially while battling Lung Cancer. Your gift will ease monetary worries & keeps him fighting.
On August 6, 2010, Jose “Pepe” Baez was diagnosed with Large-cell neuroendocrine carcinoma (LCNEC); an aggressive form of non-small cell lung cancer. He is currently Stage 4 (which is terminal) and has undergone numerous treatments thus far. Due to this disease, Pepe had to limit his activities and workload in order to fully address this illness which has strained his finances in order to support his family (wife and 8 year old daughter).

The background of this form of Cancer is “Large-cell neuroendocrine carcinoma” (LCNEC) of the lung displays morphologic and immunohistochemical characteristics common to neuroendocrine tumors and morphologic features of large-cell carcinomas. Because surgical resection of LCNEC in many series has been described with 5-year actuarial survival that is far worse than that reported for other histologic variants of non-small-cell lung cancer (NSCLC), considerable debate has emerged as to whether these tumors should be classified and treated as NSCLC or small-cell lung cancer. However, in Pepe Baez’s case, the tumors have also been found in the liver (approx. 14 centimeters long, larger than typical tumors) as well.

So far, Pepe’s chemo treatments have demonstrated positive results; giving him and our family more hope to fight this disease. However, this disease has slowed down his activity significantly; ranging from working (as a Car Service Driver) to family activities. Pepe has always been a man who took extremely care of his health for the good of his role as a father, brother and uncle to all of us. As a family, we continuously provide him with emotional and spiritual support during this challenging moment in his life. His strength has spoken volumes to our family and he has set an incredible example to all of us during his fight against LCNEC.

Our family is asking for your support to help our beloved Pepe Baez as he struggles in this fight. Your contributions will go towards assisting his family meet their basic needs while he attempts in returning to work at his full capacity. The Baez Family will greatly appreciate your donations towards this cause and are grateful for your giving.

February 10th, 2011 @ 7:00PM
Jose “Pepe” Baez Birthday & Fundraiser Against Cancer
This event is two-fold. First, we are celebrating 71 years of my father’s, Jose “Pepe” Baez, life here with us! Secondly, it is also the big event to continue raising awareness of Large-cell neuroendocrine carcinoma (LCNEC) as well as the fundraising event for Pepe and his family! We are inviting all to partake in the celebration and support him as he battles Cancer!  God bless!

The Pepe Foundation (LCNEC) Videos

The Pepe Foundation (LCNEC)

The Pepe Foundation (LCNEC) PART II

The Pepe Foundation (LCNEC) PART III


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