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3rd Annual Golf Tournament
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3rd Annual Golf Tournament

Come join us for our 3rd annual golf tournament at Brookmeadow Country Club on September 21st for a fun filled day! 8:00am Registration 9:00am Shotgun Start 3:00pm Luncheon & Awards Modified Due to CDC and the State Of Massachusetts Covid-19 Guidelines   Date And Time 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM EDT Add to Calendar Location...

Fenway Johnnies Fundraising Event
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Fenway Johnnies Fundraising Event

Join The Born To Fun Foundation at Fenway Johnnies Saturday, May 9th for a fun event to benefit the foundation that supports young amputees. By purchasing a ticket, you will also be given a free drink ticket for those over 21 years old. Come and relax for some tasty appetizers and nice cold beverages and...

Born To Run Foundation Donates Prosthetic Leg To Young Athlete
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Born To Run Foundation Donates Prosthetic Leg To Young Athlete

MELROSE (CBS) – A young athlete who has already shown great strength received the gift of a lifetime. Even in a swarm of boys playing basketball, Ryan Feeney stands out. That’s because the Melrose 4th grader never stops smiling. And watching that handsome, happy face – it might take a moment to realize Ryan has...

Foundation presents 9-year-old with prosthesis donation
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Foundation presents 9-year-old with prosthesis donation

MELROSE, Mass. — Seven years ago, Jill Feeney and her husband made the agonizing decision to amputate their son’s right leg below the knee. Ryan Feeney, of Melrose, was diagnosed with neurofibromatosis 1 (NF1) and tibial dysplasia. After a rod surgery failed before his first birthday, they felt the amputation would give their son the...

9-year-old boy gifted new prosthetic leg from local foundation
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9-year-old boy gifted new prosthetic leg from local foundation

MELROSE, Mass. — Kindness moves mountains. When he was almost two-years-old, Ryan Feeney’s parents had to make the difficult decision of amputating his right leg after surgery failed to fix a condition known as NF-1, which prevented his tibia from growing correctly. They worried this would hinder him in life, but thanks to a generous...