Tournament Of Roses Parade
MUNSTER – Schererville resident Linda Ramos had one wish – to have more time to spend with her family. At 33, she had congestive heart failure, diabetes, kidney failure and was going blind.
Ellen Chmura, 17, received the opportunity of a lifetime when she was selected to perform with the Bands of America Honor Band in January at the 2013 Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, Calif.
MUNSTER | There were tears and smiles of remembrance as families gathered with Community Healthcare System staff members and Gift of Hope representatives this month to honor area organ and tissue donors.
Roses on the Donate Life float in the 122nd Tournament of Roses Parade this weekend will hold special meaning for those touched by organ and tissue donation.
Marian Catholic High School band president, Briana Engelbert, 18, of Hammond is an euphonium player with hopes of playing in a military band. On Jan. 1, Briana and the Marian Catholic marching band will be the only Illinois band in the six-mile Tournament of Roses Parade.
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