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 4th Annual Chek Fest Golf Outing
July 28, 2017

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The Meadows Golf Club 
Grand Valley State University

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...about Scott Kowalczyk (Chek)
He was diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma Dec, 2012. 
Scott had several months of chemo and
 a stem cell transplant in May of 2013. 
Fall 2016 treatment began again and he plans to have another
stem cell transplant June of 2017.
Scott firmly believes that celebrating life together
and raising money for a cure is a perfect combination.

...about Multiple Myeloma
Multiple Myeloma (more commonly known as
myeloma) is a blood cancer that affects the
production of plasma cells in bone marrow.
Although not well known to the general public,
myeloma is the second most common blood cancer.
Approximately 24,000 are diagnosed annually in the
US alone. For new patients, as well as those living
with the disease for years, myeloma is life
changing. The symptoms are constant and ongoing:
bone pain, extreme fatigue, nausea, numbness in
the hands and/or feet, kidney problems and
infections.
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 IMF research supports the development of new drug therapies.
These therapies have helped prolong
lives, but myeloma continues to be an incurable
disease.
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Your support will help fund research that could
possibly find a cure for this disease.

 

Chek Fest 2016

 

Questions?
Contact Scott at
(616) 485-4359
chek5@att.net

To download the registration form, please click here.

To donate by check, please make check out to International Myeloma Foundation. Please notate in the Memo/For Line: Chek Fest 

Mail to:
International Myeloma Foundation
Attn: Suzanne Battaglia
12650 Riverside Drive
Suite 206, North Hollywood, CA 91607

All proceeds to benefit the IMF, providing education and research dollars to help myeloma patients and their families

Rain Date Policy

The day’s events will take place regardless of weather. If inclement weather prohibits play, rain checks will be destributed to all golfers