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T-shirt sale raises $1,225 for families battling childhood cancer

Published 8:47pm Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Anna-Coleman Yelverton and Jennifer Thomason of Demopolis donated $1,225 to Ateam Ministries from the proceeds of Anna’s Angels T-Shirt sales.

Local resident Jennifer Thomason raised money for childhood cancer awareness by selling T-shirts. Shown from left to right is Andy Thrower, founder of Ateam Ministries; Avery Thrower; Thomason; Anna-Coleman Yelverton; and Anderson Thrower, leukemia survivor. Thomason is still selling the T-shirts, which are $20.

Thomason decided to sell the shirts to raise money for the organization, which aided her and Anna-Coleman through their journey with childhood cancer.

Andy Thrower is founder of Ateam Ministries and the father of daughter Avery and son Anderson. The ministry was founded after Anderson was diagnosed with leukemia.

Ateam offers financial, emotional and spiritual support for families affected with childhood cancer and under going treatment at Children’s Hospital in Birmingham.

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