Linc Hand, Veteran Actor and Edie Hand Foundation Board Member attended the Birmingham Movie Premiere of
"42" The Jackie Robinson Story
The Hollywood debut of "42" took place on April 9th, but the Birmingham, AL movie premiere of "42" was on Thursday April 11th at the Carmike Theater Cinema off Highway 280 at the Summit.
Friday at 10am Linc Hand was at Children’s of Alabama 1208 3rd Avenue South, Birmingham to Meet and Greet Children and hand out the specially prepared photo baseball cards showing Linc portraying the Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher from the movie.
The scholarship is a way that Linc can pay back the school and the mentors who helped and encouraged him to pursue an acting career.
We invite you to read more about Linc on his website to keep up to date on TV shows and movies in which he appears. Linc will also be co-hosting the upcoming Carfolks Television show beginning this July.
View more about Linc at www.linchand.com
Edie Hand and the
You Pave The Way Team would like to thank Scott Crump Toyota Scion for their support of this local program
Paula Lombard wanted to find a way to help raise funds for the National Breast Cancer Foundation. AutoTex Pink was created to offer windshield wipers that when purchased make a donation to that charity.
Thanks to the many folks who watched our Holiday Memories Show and showed their support and made donations to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. If you didn't donate during our show it's not too late now to make a donation to the hospital. Click Here to Donate
Click the photo above to view more information about this Holiday Memories Special.
Edie Hand has gathered a group of her friends, who just happen to be some very talented Nashville Stars and during the show they will entertain your family with songs, humor and heartfelt stories that will make us appreciate the blessings God has given us.
A Very Special Christmas Offer for supporters of St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.
When you make a donation through this link to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, you will be able to purchase a hand autographed editon of Edie Hand's novella, The Last Christmas Ride.
This is Edie Hand's personal story about her close relationship with her brother and a long time tradition at the holidays.
Just donate at least $10 a month for one year to the hospital and you can buy this book for only $5.00.
Independent recording artist, Robbie Rhodes “NEXT Christmas” album is now available for purchase and proceeds benefit the Edie Hand Foundation and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Rhodes’ original song, “Let’s Play Jingle Bells,” and a new arrangement of “You’re All I Want for Christmas/This Year,” will be the first singles from the CD released to radio. This stellar charity album also includes renditions of seasonal classics like, “O Holy Night,” “What Child is This” and “Do You Hear What I Hear?” Robbie will play select tour dates across the country to support this release.
Listen to a sample of music from this album.
The Edie Hand Foundation helping out for the Holidays
The Edie Hand Foundation engages volunteers to help out at Christmas time with delivering gifts to children in Hospitals throughout the state. One young woman Edie met in her visits was Chance Williams. Here is a photo of her and note from her mother, Dawn Williams.
I am the mother of six wonderful children and lost my job just 8 wks ago. I am a certified nuclear med tech. My old bosses decided they wanted to get someone who they could pay less. I have been doing this 20 yrs and was paid well for those yrs of experience. Anyway, I'm so glad for people like you who God puts in our lives just at the right time.
It meant so much for Chance to meet you, and know that people she had never met before meant so much to her. Even though she is seventeen, she has enjoyed the games and cards you gave her. She loves the pajama pants. I won't be able to give her much this year, but we are very thankful she is not paralyzed after her accident. We all have each other and that's what counts.
Thanks again for everything. I hope to read the book soon. We still have to put up our tree and get ready for Christmas break. My kids are out of school after this next Tuesday. I'm sending you a picture of Chance sitting in Santa's lap that we took earlier today. We have only been back home in Montgomery for 2 hours. It is so glad to be home. Thanks,
Dawn Williams, B.S.,C.N.M.T.
The “You Pave the Way” program is designed to assist students and their parents with issues affecting young people. The program is based on Hand’s book “31 Things to Raise a Child’s Self Esteem” and will kick off locally Tuesday night, Septembr 13, 2011 with an event at the Sumiton Community Center.
Read more: Daily Mountain Eagle - ‘You Pave the Way’ program to kicks off
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Edie Hand recently participated in a Women in Media Event in Los Angeles.
We invite you to view some of
the photos from her trip.
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"Thanks and Giving" Contribution Form