The DiBello Family
June 10, 2018
When Kyle was diagnosed with neuroblastoma, his Aunt Cheryl and Uncle Angelo wanted to support his family’s fight. That was the first time they participated in Lemonade Days to make a difference and it has been a staple of their summer ever since.
This year will be Cheryl and Angelo’s 11th annual stand and the whole community always gathers in front of their house to support Kyle. Everyone enjoys the moon bounce, water slide, hot dogs and other treats that stack the stand.
“It is a chance for us to celebrate our nephew Kyle and honor all the children and families who are fighting childhood cancer,” said Cheryl.
Angelo and Cheryl’s Tip to Stand Hosts: Ask for donations rather than pricing items, people are very generous. Also, reach out to as many people as possible. People want to support research for childhood cancer, just give them the opportunity.