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| Thu Sep 22, 2016 | 6:44pm EDT Severely disabled Wisconsin girl who stopped treatments dies at 14 A severely disabled Wisconsin girl who made headlines with her controversial decision to end the medical assistance and treatment that was keeping her alive died on Thursday at the age of 14, the county medical examiner said. Jerika Bolen passed away at the Sharon S. Richardson Community Hospice center in Sheboygan Falls, Wisconsin, Sheboygan County Medical Examiner David Leffin said. She was suffering from Type 2 Spinal Muscular Atrophy, a degenerative disease that left her in severe pain and largely unable to move. Her decision earlier this year to forego further treatments and stop using the ventilator that helped her breathe put her at the center of a nationwide debate over the right to die with dignity. Disability rights groups earlier this month asked child protective services to intervene, saying that Bolen's case should be treated as one of suicide prevention because her disease was not terminal. They also questioned the pain management care Bolen was receiving. "My only words to anyone questioning this is that I love that girl with every cell in my being," Jenika's mother, Jen Bolen, told USA Today on Thursday. "And no one in their right mind would let someone suffer like she was." Reuters could not reach Jen Bolen for comment on Thursday.
to 2 p.m. at 9580 Calimesa Blvd. Admission is free, but food and certain activities have a cost. This event is to welcome the community to a venue for celebration and education, said center director Dr. Lisa Gilfillan. We want people to have a lively local spot where they can hold weddings, celebrate birthdays, commemorate other milestone events and learn new skills. The host of the television show YouthBytes, Chad Daniel, will present his animal show. Barra Franklin, proprietor of A Day Remembered, will give mini-talks on Wedding 101 to help bridal couples to plan effectively. Cheri Coffey, president of Annex, will speak on Making Money Doing What You Love. The center will host vendors who can meet the needs of formal event, including weddings, birthday parties and professional corporate events. Couples planning weddings can view table settings for bridal showers, rehearsal dinners and wedding celebrations. Vendors กางเกงคนท้อง pantip will feature party favors, wedding videos and photography, bridal gowns and bridesmaid dresses and transportation options. The venue can be used for quinceaneras, bar and bat mitzvahs and fundraising events. We are quite fortunate in having a very versatile team, said Gilfillan. The various players have had a lot of experience in different formal events. Oak Valley Church and the Celebration Center are sharing this location until the church relocates. CCC is operated by Good Shepherd Ministries, International which trains people in spiritual and practical matters in 142 nations of the world.
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Jersey Mike's Subs is known for its fresh-sliced and fresh-grilled subs. To celebrate the grand opening, franchise owners Bryan Pagan and James Connolly are holding a free sub fundraiser through Oct. 9. The new restaurant is circulating 10,000 coupons throughout the community, offering a free regular sub for a minimum $2 donation to Mary Bryant and Westchase elementary schools. Customers must have a coupon to be eligible. "At Jersey Mike's, we are committed to making a difference in the community," Connolly said. "The grand opening fundraiser gives us a great opportunity to give back to the local schools." Jersey Mike's Subs is located at 9464 W Linebaugh Ave. It is open 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. seven days a week. For more information, call (813) 749-6972 or visit jerseymikes.com.
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