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Tamara’s Wish Upon a Star for Callan

Thursday, 22 December 2016

Tamara’s Wish Upon a Star for Callan thumbnailTamara McErlain is making a very special wish this year as she helps launch Friends of the Cancer Centre’s ‘Wish Upon a Star’ appeal. Tamara’s star will be dedicated to her brother Callan who lost his battle with cancer in 2013.

ARMOY woman Tamara McErlain is making a very special wish this Christmas as she helps launch Friends of the Cancer Centre's Wish Upon a Star appeal.
Tamara is one of the first to make their wish as part of Friends of the Cancer Centre's Wish Upon a Star appeal, which will see the Cancer Centre's Christmas tree adorned with hundreds of gold and silver stars, each carrying the personal wish, message or name of a loved one affected by cancer. People who make a wish will also be given their very own star to hang on their tree at home. For those who can't make it to the Cancer Centre you can also Wish Upon a Star on Friends of the Cancer Centre's beautiful virtual Christmas tree by visiting www.friendsofthecancercentre.com.
Tamara will be dedicating her star to her brother, Callan who lost his battle with cancer in 2013. Tamara is calling on others to make their own special wish to help support the vital work of Friends of the Cancer Centre.
Tamara said: "Christmas is such a special time of the year and Callan absolutely loved it, especially opening his presents on Christmas morning. As a family, we still find it difficult at this time of the year but by dedicating a star to him on the Cancer Centre's Christmas tree we can support a charity that means so much to our family. We'll also have a star on our tree at home which will help us feel that Callan is with us at Christmas."

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