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    See photos below from the Krispy Kreme donut building challenge over the weekend. The event was super fun and emceed by Wave 3 News Anchorwoman Dawne Gee.

    A dozen Krispy Kreme donuts for each team to construct their vision.

    Sprinkle consumption is allowed.

    Team Mama Dulce's Crew gets started.

    Donut soldiers begin to take shape.

    'Sandy's Garden' is growing.

    Team Baptist Neurology's donuts are getting faces.

    Mama Dulce's Crew used fondant to make faces for their donut guys.

    "Hopping for a Cure' - the rabbit was a big hit.

    Team Tammy's MS Express wagon.

    Neat concept.

    This donut octopus is almost complete.

    'Froggy Ren'-this team loved frogs and is named after a girl named Serendipity.

    For Prince.

    This team used donuts to spell out Walk MS.

    Some pretty creative donut soldiers fighting MS.

    Olaf says "Let it Go" MS.

    "To make a world free of MS a reality."

    Creative message with "Don't let MS be the elephant in the room."

    The judges placed Team Tammy's MS Express in 3rd Overall.

    Sandy's Garden won 2nd place overall.

    1st Place Overall Winner was Mama Dulce's Crew.

    Other categories included Best Use of Materials, Most Creative, Best MS Message, and Most Enthusiastic Team, which was the team with the 'Hopping for a Cure' themed rabbit.

    Team Donut Hole's final octopus construction.

    The 5th Annual MS Walk will be held on Saturday, May 30 at Waterfront Park. See the website for more details on how to get involved and/or to register. Also, a reminder about The National MS Society - Kentucky Southeast Indiana Chapter's Woman on the Move Luncheon. From Simply PR: "This event is hosted by National MS Society Board Member, Event Ambassador and Miss Kentucky, Ramsey Carpenter who has multiple sclerosis. Local WAVE3 Anchor, Dawne Gee will be honored with the Women of Courage Award and will be introducing Zoe Koplowitz, the award-winning author of 'The Winning Spirit: Life Lessons Learned In Last Place.' Zoe has completed 20 New York City marathons and always in last place.  Zoe's marathons have become a metaphor for self-acceptance and personal achievement.  Her transformational journey of the spirit has captured the imagination of hundreds of thousands of people all over the world, superseding the boundaries of race, class and economics. 

    The Woman on the Move Luncheon is a unique fundraising experience creating an inspiring, motivational and empowering leadership environment. The event will gather leading women in our community, with members of the National MS Society creating awareness, sharing stories and building relationships. The heart of the luncheon will honor our Woman of Courage Award to Dawne Gee who demonstrates dignity, grace, strength, compassion, and creativity in her everyday life. Lunch will be provided by Upper Crust, desserts will be provided by Dawne’s sister Pam Raglin, who battles MS and décor will be provided by Dawne’s mom, Joanna Smith."

    The luncheon is Thursday, March 26, 11am-1pm at the Old Medical School Building, located at 101 West Chestnut Street. Tickets are $35. For more information please contact Trinity Campisano at 502-451-5473 or trinity.campisano@nmss.org or visit www.nationalmssociety.org/kyw.  

    Photos by Erin Nevitt

     

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    Longtime Louisvillian, I am a children's librarian at heart and have a passion for children's lit. I am most recently a stay-at-home mom who is always on the move, searching for family fun in Louisville. If it's free, it's preferable!

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