The bags should be dropped off Friday, Jan. 13.
Ryan Klee, the public relations director for Lenz Inc., passed along a press release about the 10th annual Totes 2 Tots suitcase drive for foster children. If you're a regular reader of Patch you'll remember the September article about Klee, in which he talks about his battle with testicular cancer. The suitcases are being collected for foster children and will be dropped off across the state at 25 Georgia Cancer Specialists (GCS) offices. Locally, suitcases should be dropped off between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Friday, Jan. 13, at the Georgia Cancer Specialist office at 2712 Lawrenceville Highway. Here's part of the release: Totes 2 Tots delivers new or nearly new backpacks and kid-sized suitcases to foster children in Georgia—from infants to …
Ryan Klee was a college baseball player when he was diagnosed with testicular cancer. He talks about an upcoming Decatur celebration for cancer survivors.
- VOLUNTEERS IN THE NEWS
- Diane Loupe
Tuesday, September 20, 2011
Ryan Klee says getting cancer when he was 19 has turned him into the person he is today, and he wouldn't have it any other way. Klee, the public relations director for Lenz, Inc., shatters whatever image you might have about surviving testicular cancer. The 30-year-old isn't shy about talking, even joking, about his experience. "Know what my favorite pen is," he quips. "A Uniball." Klee's company is sponsoring the 19th Magic of Life Celebration for Cancer Survivors, to be held on the Decatur Square on Oct. 1 from noon – 3 p.m. Cancer survivors such as Klee can celebrate conquering the disease and compare stories with other survivors. Attendees will get lunch, hear live music performed by The Backyard Birds — a British Invasion cover band…