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Guardian Brain Foundation rides for a cure
by Mary Pallotta / Bellmore Life / November 24, 2010


BAND OF BROTHERS AND SISTERS: Members of Long Island motorcycle clubs and others (including Mary Pallotta, president of the Bellmore-based Guardian Brain Foundation, seventh from left) gathered in front of Salon T in Bellmore recently to strike out on the road in search of funds to help cure brain cancer.

As the sun shone on a gorgeous morning recently, roaring motorcycles could be heard throughout Bellmore town. Tina Dupuis of Salon T held her third annual Ride for a Cure in memory of her father P. Andreotis.

In the past three years Tina raised over $12,445 to help provide support services to patients. Many people joined in a wonderful cause. It was amazing to see the bikes roaring down Bedford Avenue; Tina is a true Guardian.

The Guardian Brain Foundation thanks her for her dedication, hard work and support to foundation. She is an amazing person with boundless energy to give.

We believe in the quality of life and sharing compassion. We provide support services to children and adults with brain injuries and tumors of the brain. It is all about the giving and volunteering your time in this fragile world.

There are so many children and adults diagnosed each year with brain tumors and injuries. It is so important to wear helmets and to teach our children safety. Please view our website at www.guardianbrain.org or go to Facebook to see the video of "Ride for a Cure."

It's all about making a difference!