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Running for Multiple sclerosis

Mrs. Noble, the sponsor for Interaction Club with the 5K poster.
Mrs. Noble, the sponsor for Interaction Club with the 5K poster.

On March 2nd the Palisade Interaction Club is going to hold a 5K to raise money in order to support M.S. This 5k will be held at Loss Colonias park and anyone is allowed to come. Multiple sclerosis is a lifetime condition that can cause a wide variety of different symptoms but the main symptoms are loss of eyesight, ligament movement sensation and/or loss of balance. But to the worst degree a person could have a serious disability .M.S is a condition that causes damage to the nerve cell. Mr. Fitz , a teacher at Palisade Highschool has a brother who has M.S, also Mrs. Noble who is another teacher at Palisade High School sister just got diagnosed with M.S. So as much as it is for the great cause of M.S it is also for our local teachers. The Interaction club is putting this all together. This club is a group of students who are wanting to make a difference in the world and also to help others. This is the first of many projects that they are hoping to accomplish. So we interviewed the president of the Interaction Club Sheayln Davis. “We are getting multiple sponsors for this project from small businesses around Grand junction. We are planning to have a reward for the winner which will probably be a T-shirt and some sort of trophy. We are hoping to see lots of people out here who are ready to support.” Come help out our interact club and come do this 5K with them. It means a lot to those with M.S. and their families

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Hello my name is Cy Hobbs. I am a freshman at Palisade High School and this is my first year on the newspaper staff. I play for the palisade men's soccer team. some of my favorite things to do in my free time are soccer and be a Fortnite pro. I'm excited to be in the Pawpost and to have a great year at palisade.
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    Katherine BhanaApr 3, 2024 at 6:32 pm

    Sending you prayers, I was diagnosed in 2010 and seemed to go down hill quickly. In six years I could no longer work and had real problems with balance and joint pain. Brain fog was really bad sometimes. I took rebif and had a lot of problems and had to quit. I have been on techfadera (not spelled right) for a few years and have several side effects. I felt lost and decided to quit my meds due to side effects. Our care provider introduced me to Ayurvedic treatment. I had a total decline of all symptoms including vision problems, numbness and others. Sometimes, i totally forget i ever had MS. Visit Natural Herbs Centre web-site naturalherbscentre. co m. I am very pleased with this treatment. I eat well, sleep well and exercise regularly. God bless all MS Warriors