“Pink out Game” to support 5 year old Nicholas Abrams

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Beaufort HS Softball “Pink out Game” will be played Friday, April 8th. This is your chance to support Nicholas Abrams.

Nicholas Abrams is a tough little boy. He does very well in school and has a particular love for baseball and golf. The most special thing about Nick is his contagious smile. On February 17, 2012 he was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. He was a mere five years old. After an incredible 3 1/2 year fight, Nick kicked it! His port was removed and he was able to move on. Unfortunately, Nick has had a relapse of Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. He has had 3 spinal taps, a bone marrow biopsy, and radiation and chemo to name a few. Moving forward he will receive chemo and radiation, and periodic spinal taps. Doctors believe the process could take an additional 2-3 years. He will have several hospital stays as well numerous trips to and from Charleston to receive treatment.

This is so much more than any family should have to endure. Both Jeff and Becki Abrams will miss many days of work. They will have travel expenses to and from Charleston, loss of income, as well as food and lodging expenses. We are asking that you find it in your heart to donate to this cause. Every little bit helps. If we lift some of the financial burden, the Abrams can focus on Nick and their family. The softball team asks that you please keep them all in prayer. Nick is going to kick cancer for good this time!