Local woman, grateful to Roswell for saving her husband’s life, decorates yard and hosts fundraiser for the hospital.
Anyone who knows Pam Hubert knows how generous she is. Pam is always helping others – she’s helped secure auction items for Mercy Flight, collected toys for Totally Buffalo’s Hope for the Holiday’s Toy Drive – and that is really just scratching the surface.
Pam has a huge heart.
Last year, Pam’s husband, Dave was diagnosed with cancer. The couple documented their journey on Facebook, keeping friends and family updated on how treatment was going. They also shared their gratitude for Roswell Park – where Dave was being treated.
A few weeks ago – something happened. Dave asked Pam if she’d be decorating the yard for fall this year. Well, that conversation turned into something quite amazing.
It’s the Hubert Autumn Garden
Pam created something incredibly special in her yard with a theme of – Thankful, Grateful & Blessed. Because she is. But, it’s much more than decorating – Pam decided to turn this into a fundraiser as a way to give back to Roswell.
What happened next was amazing – but not at all shocking. The community stepped in to help. People donated items to be raffled off. The raffle prize is valued at more than $3,000!
You can find more information and purchase a raffle ticket BY CLICKING THIS LINK!
And folks began dropping off pumpkins dedicated to those fighting cancer, those who’ve survived cancer, and those who’ve been lost to cancer. Pam is encouraging people to drop pumpkins off at her home – where she will display each and every one in a beautiful garden of love!
You can drop off a pumpkin and see the display at Pam and Dave’s home at 123 Liberty Lane, West Seneca 14224.
Pam is one of the sweetest, kindest and most optimistic people I know – we’ve followed their journey and have prayed for Dave. They are the salt of the earth!!!!
We love you, Pam!!!!
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