It’s not even Halloween yet and some Iowans are already thinking about sending their holiday greetings. An agency that aims to improve the lives of children with cancer is selling a series of holiday cards to raise money.Tony Timm, associate director of The Heart Connection Children’s Cancer Programs, says the cards were designed by children who come to the group’s summer camps who either have cancer or who have a sibling with cancer. The packs of 20 holiday cards and 21 envelopes sell in an assortment of five designs, all done by the children who attend the camps.Timm says orders of 250 cards or more can get free imprinting. He says the cards are non-secular and would be appropriate for any holiday occasion. Timm says the holiday card program is important as they help send 300 children to camp each summer. To order, surf to “www.childrenscancerprograms.com” or call 877 535-7802.
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