In an effort to raise cancer awareness, Edwards Ready Mix recently painted one of its trucks pink and added Hammond-Henry’s logo. In addition to painting the truck, Edwards Ready Mix will present an annual donation to Hammond-Henry Hospital to benefit cancer survivors. This year's proceeds will be directed to a cancer survivors exercise program known as "3D Strong". This class will focus on movement training with emphasis on mobility/flexibility, agility/coordination, stability/balance, and strength/power. Exercise is an integral part of the survivorship process, and we are proud to have the opportunity to improve survivors' health and to enhance their overall quality of life.
Hammond-Henry Hospital appreciates the generosity of Edwards Ready Mix, not only for painting the truck pink and placing the hospital logo and cancer services on the truck, but also for donating to the hospital's cancer program.
The 3D Strong program is held on Thursdays 6 - 7 p.m. For registration or more information, call rehab services at (309) 944-9150 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Front row (L to R): HHH Foundation Manager Darcy Hepner, CEO Brad Solberg,
mammography tech Cathe Browne, cancer survivors- Sandy Ben-Nun and Lisa Benjamin
and Rehab Services Director Julie Theill
Back row (L to R): Edwards Ready Mix vice president of sales Brian Nagle,
truck driver Don Cook, plant manager Jim Glazier, and Griffin Hahn.