Thank you to everyone who made the 2019 Ali Shae Spa Day a success!
This years' event was held at the Casper Country Club and we want to thank everyone who made it possible including the community, attendees, sponsors, friends and family. Together we gathered to celebrate Ali and her favorite things.
We sincerely thank our event sponsors including Rootz Salon, the Casper Country Club, Dream Upon a Princess, Frosted Tops, Reliant FCU, Ventura Oilfield Tackle, C & C Supply Inc, Eleve' Dance Boutique, Anderson Carpet Cleaning, Farmers Insurance (Mike Erickson/Sandy Widmer), MRC Global, Mosteller Photography, Waves Web Design, Kathy L Morton, and Basic Beauty School.
Thank you to Billy Floyd and K2TV for helping us share our mission.
Tiffany Coleman founder of the Ali Shae Coleman Pink Rose Foundation and David Anderson owner of Rootz Salon & Spa met with morning anchor Billy Floyd on K2TV's Good Morning Wyoming. Thank you so much for having us on to share Ali's story and promote the 2019 Ali Shae Spa Day at the Casper Country Club on October 12th.
Thanks to Racca's & everyone who supported us in our Dine to Donate event.
We have received our donated funds from the event and were able to donate 3 wagons with care package back packs to the Children's Hospital to provide comfort to families and children battling childhood cancer.
Tiffany Coleman and the Pink Rose Foundation are honored as "Wyoming Worthy."
We are so proud to have been honored by Country 95.5 as "Wyoming Worthy" in an amazing story about Ali, Tiffany and the Coleman families' journey on their battle against childhood cancer.
Ali’s Little Lending Children’s Library & Blessings Box Unveiled To Honor Special Pre-school Alumni
On July 18th, young children, their families and the community can begin to enjoy Ali’s Little Lending Children’s Library & Blessings Box, a unique resource center dedicated to Apple Tree Early Care and Education alumni, Ali Shae Coleman.
The first of 4 Care Packages (wagons & fun filled backpacks) delivered to Rocky Mountain Oncology.
I don’t look at wagons the same anymore.
When my kids were both little, they loved to be pulled around the yard and neighborhood in a wagon or fill their wagons with treasures as they set out on their little neighborhood adventures.
And then, Ali got sick. And a wagon became central to our universe.
Today is December 15th, or as I will always remember it now -- Diagnosis Day.
Some of the memories from that day are crystal clear: my heart pounding in my chest, tears that wouldn't stop, the sound of the doctors voice as I tried to make sense of his words.