Nick Foligno, new Celebrity Chair of the Sens 65 Roses Sports Club, and his beautiful fiancé Janelle Forest. Nick, of course, is a member of the NHL’s Ottawa Senators.
Nick Foligno, his fiancé Janelle Forest and Nadine Imbleau-Redman
Nadine is the Regional Director of the Eastern Ontario Canadian Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
Nick Foligno & Myself
Nick Foligno, new Celebrity Chair of the Sens 65 Roses Sports Club. Nick, of course, is a member of the NHL’s Ottawa Senators.
The Senators 65 Roses Sports Club raises funds to support family and patient care and important health research into finding a cure or effective control of this fatal disease. Since 1996, the Sens 65 Roses Sports Club campaign has raised over $1,000,000 for the Canadian Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Photo and interview opportunities will be available with Nick Foligno, CF Foundation representatives and children with CF.
About Cystic Fibrosis
Cystic Fibrosis is the most common fatal genetic disease in North America, affecting more children and young adults than any other genetic illness. It attacks the lungs and digestive system causing severe respiratory, digestive and nutritional problems. There is still no cure or control and unfortunately too many still succumb to the disease in childhood or young adulthood. Visit www.cysticfibrosis.ca for more information.
About 65 Roses
The 65 Roses name originated from a young boy affected by cystic fibrosis asked his mother why “sixty-five roses” made him cough all the time. He was too young to pronounce the words “cystic fibrosis.” Sixty-five Roses then became the childhood term for the disease. These humble words now serve as the theme behind the 65 Roses Sports Club, a North American-wide professional sports initiative, to support the fight against cystic fibrosis. The sports clubs’ efforts and your support, help in the fight against cystic fibrosis.