2nd Annual AMF Acoustic Benefit
THE 1ST ANNUAL AMF ACOUSTIC SHOWCASE FUNDRAISER
Mark your calenders for the 2nd Annual Acoustic Showcase on Friday, May 18th at The JX Event Venue in Stillwater. All proceeds will go to the Amie Muller Foundation to help support military families in need after a Pancreatic Cancer diagnosis and Pancreatic Cancer research for early detection screening.
Artists will include: Singer-songwriter and military veteran Matthew Griswold, Nathan Anderson, Ali Gray and the Brian David Band
The JX Event Venue
23 2nd St N, Stillwater, MN 55082
Friday, May 18th from 6-11pm
Doors open at 6. Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 at the door. This year we will have some appetizers as well.
Matthew Griswold 7:00- 7:30 http://www.matthewgriswoldmusic.net
Nathan Anderson 7:45- 8:30 http://www.nathanandersonmusic.com
Ali Gray 8:45-9:30 - http://aligray.com
Brian David- 10:00- 10:45 https://www.facebook.com/bdbfanpage/
Tickets on sale at:
FINDING COMFORT IN THE CHAOS
Mark your calenders for a special Acoustic Showcase on Friday, May 12th at The JX Event Venue in Stillwater. All proceeds will go to the Amie Muller Foundation to help support a military family in need and Pancreatic Cancer research for early detection screening.
Buy tickets in advance for $20 here
Tickets are $25.00 at the door
Artists will include: Nathan Anderson who performed at Amie's Celebration of Life. The Brian David Band will also be gracing the stage. Ali Gray and Tim Griesgraber who both performed at the Down on The Farm Amie Benefit, the finger style acoustic magic of Sam Breckenridge.
It is not easy to find any comfort whatsoever when faced with any type of cancer diagnosis, but there needs to be place you can go that creates a calm in you. A place that feels comforting. One place to find comfort is spirituality. which can mean many different things. Spiritually can mean your faith in god or a higher power or it can mean a focus on your inner peace.
CANCER CAN'T TOUCH YOUR SOUL
“Carefully read each statement and place a ✔ in ❑ where true.
❑ I am starting off with a positive mental attitude.
❑ I do not compare myself with anyone else.
❑ I do not think of why I got cancer.
❑ I do not think of why I did not discover my cancer earlier.
❑ I do not think of what caused my cancer.
❑ I really have a strong desire to get well.
❑ I am having my cancer treated as promptly as possible.”
“❑ I have a doctor who is qualified to treat cancer.
9 THINGS YOU SHOULD DO IF YOU GET A PANCREATIC CANCER DIAGNOSIS
If you believe that we are all souls in a physical body, rather than a physical body with a soul, then it should be comforting to know, that your soul will be untouched by cancer. I love the short reading called "What Cancer Cannot Do" below.
WHAT I HAVE LEARNED ABOUT CANCER
Getting a cancer diagnosis is something that can drop you to your knees and Pancreatic Cancer is something that can almost make your heart stop just from hearing those two words, That is why the first thing you need to do is to know use those two words.
Cancer is a symptom of something off balance in your body. Your body is sending you a message. Extreme fatigue and loss of appetite are the biggest signs of cancer. Cancer is a disease of the immune system. Your primary focus should be strengthening your immune system.