We had a great turn out again this year! Thank you everyone! To see more pictures you can see the post on my other site where pictures display much nicer. Love, Mel
THIS SATURDAY JULY 19TH!!
Fernbank park off Rt 50 on the Westside. 12-4pm
Bring a new book or $5 a person.
Join Ali’s family and friends for an afternoon of family fun at the third annual ROCK PINK PAR-TAY and support a great cause. Ali Tracy Nunery’s life was cut short at the age of 31 yrs. in 2011 after a short battle with a rare form of lung cancer. Only married to her husband Ben for 2 1/2 years she also left behind a 1 yr old daughter Olivia. Ali changed the lives of so many people in the Cincinnati area and around the world through her passion for service and library education. In that spirit of service, the Rock Pink 4 Ali Foundation is dedicated to the mission of spreading literacy and education by donating books to schools, libraries and hospitals locally and beyond. Please help us by donating a new book for ages 6-20 yr olds and allow us to pass on the gift of literacy to libraries and children in need and continue Ali’s legacy.
So put on your favorite pink threads and tutus and come out to Fernbank Park on July 19th for a picnic grill out to celebrate the life of Ali Tracy Nunery. We’ll provide the music, the food, and the fun. There will be split the pot, auction items, and much more. Admission is a donated new book or a suggested donation of $5 per person.
See you there!
Love, Ali’s family!
Who is ready to PARTAY again?
JULY 19, 2014
We had a great time picnicking last year and hope you will come to Fernbank again! And don’t worry, we will all be rockin’ our pink again!
Bahaha. This image was in the beginning of their relationship. I really didn’t know Ben well at all when we took this image at our old loft photobooth. So glad I can finally use it for something other than blackmail. Thanks for the smile Uncle Ben! 😀
Anyone who wants to help or donate items/food/your talents/water balloon throwing skills/breaking down table skills…please email Nonni. email@example.com
thanks! Love, Melanie.
These are just a few of the screens shots of our photos around the world. To read my thoughts on that craziness you can go to my other blog, LOFT3.
I wrote a whole post over on my loft3 site about the partay. That site is better to display pics so just click HERE if you want to be taken there to see more and here about it!
Thanks for all of your support! Love, Melanie.
It’s that time of year! Mark your calendars now for a fun memorial for my sister! (If you click the image, you can see it larger.) Share with your friends and join the event on facebook so you can RSVP. We would like to have a pretty accurate head count for ordering the food.
Thanks! Hope to see everyone there! Love, Melanie.
Thanks Purcell Marian for donating some of this years walk proceeds to the library in Ali’s name again! We had fun bringing up the rear AGAIN. 🙂ps. Adam is missing because he had to go play golf that day and leave the walk early.
pps. We are still planning on doing an event this year on Ali’s bday weekend (july 20th), we are still talking about what we want it to be like, perhaps not a walk…more of a picnic?
Busy this weekend? Purcell is donating a portion of their walk proceeds to their library in Ali’s name again! Click here to register online.
Saturday April 13th 9am at Purcell Marian High School.
See you there, and yes, we will be wearing tutu’s again. 🙂 Love, Mel.
Some friends at Jazzercise are having a cancer awareness night tomorrow. Funds raised are going to the Bonnie J Addairo Lung Cancer Foundation. They are holding it in memory of our dear Ali. So because of this, tutu’s and pink are expected. Coordination is secondary, don’t worry. I’ve never done it, but if it’s anything like my first experience at Zumba, I will be dancing around like a half drunk college girl on a bar. (Which I’ve never actually done, but certain it’s not pretty.) Also, I’m incapable of holding back laughter at myself when I’m no good at something. So, I’ll see you there? It’ll be fun. Just wait to point and laugh at me when my back is turned.