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Dec 20, 2016
LADY JANE'S FOUND GUILTY!! BREAKING & ENTERING 2016
On November 30th, Lady Jane’s Clinton Township, MI Managers, Courtney and Kara, helped deliver another Breaking & Entering Christmas wish. Marta and her family are so deserving! Special thanks to Mojo in the Morning and a HUGE, heartfelt thank you to Julian, a true hero! We salute him and his family for his great sacrifice.
LADY JANE'S & CS MOTTS CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL VISIT THE NORTH POLE!!
Take a minute from the holiday traffic, shopping madness and stress of getting everything done, and help someone truly in need!
Chad Johnson and a few of his corporate team did just this when they helped 70 sick children forget about their illness for just one day.
These awesome kids took flight on a Delta jet bound for the North Pole! It was there that they saw Santa himself!
LADY JANE'S & SOUTH LYON BASKETBALL RAISES $2,000 FOR C.S. MOTT CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL
Lady Jane's jumped on board and helped the South Lyon 8th Grade Travel basketball team raise $2,000 for the CS Mott Children's Hospital. The money was raised in a free throw-a-thon and it will be used to buy XBOX gear and games for the gaming center at the hospital. Wicked Awesome!
LJ HELPS FAMILIES THROUGH MOJO'S "BREAKING AND ENTERING" 2015
Although the holidays create a lot of joy for many people, there are still some who can't afford to provide for their families during this special time. This is where Lady Jane's and Mojo in the Morning helped!
Lady Jane's provided $25,000 and Mojo in the Morning used their No. 1-ranked radio show to find families in dire need of help. Here are some of the stories of the families that were helped this past holiday season:
LADY JANE'S GIVES FRONT ROW LIONS SEATS TO WOMAN FIGHTING BREAST CANCER
Laurie wrote to Lady Jane's wanting to help her sister-in-law Tammy make more memories that she will forever cherish.
Tammy was diagnosed with Metastatic Breast Cancer. Test results she received not only stated that she has terminal cancer but that it has invaded her bones. Doctors informed her that Metastatic patients have an average life span of three years.
WICKED AWESOME WISHES HOSTS THREE-YEAR-OLD BROOKLYN MACGIVER FOR A DAY AT THE ZOO
LJ Girl of the Year Kelsey Salvati and Troy location manager Allie Wood met three-year-old Brooklyn MacGiver and her family – parents Ken and Michelle, and siblings Kolin, 13, and Kaylyn, 10 – Sunday, August 30, for a day of fun at the Detroit Zoo.
Brooklyn, a ball of energy and a true fighter, was diagnosed with Stage 3 Neuroblastoma as well as Opsoclonus Myoclonus Syndrome (OMS), a rare neurological disorder affecting as few as 1 in 10,000,000 people annually, at just 17 months of age.