Kim (Lafon) Wimmer was diagnosed six years ago with Primary Progressive MS and now needs a special motorized wheelchair, a van to accommodate the chair, extra help at home and assistance with her medical expenses.
Kim is a Salem native, and after 22 years as a first-grade teacher she had to take early retirement from Green Valley Elementary School. Kim’s husband, Gary, is a realtor with RealStar and a local musician, and they have a 16-year-old son, Carson.
I have teamed up with Anne Vaughan of Anne Vaughan Designs, who is willing to do a virtual trunk show on her website at www.AnneVaughanDesigns.com, where she is offering all shipping for a penny while donating 10 percent of her total sales to Kim in her fight with primary progressive MS! Anne’s jewelry is made locally, and all her designs are unique, and she has a lifetime guarantee on her items. All you need to do to support this great cause is follow the instructions below to select items online for purchase.
Click here to visit Anne Vaugan Designs and make a purchase anytime between Aug. 27 and Sept. 12, and Anne will donate 10 percent of all sales to help Kim!
– Submitted by Valerie Garst