654 Granger Road, Berlin VT 05641
Freezing Fun For Families
2020 Snow Softball Beneficiaries
Meet the Vose family of Brattleboro, VT. A then 4-year-old Michael Vose was diagnosed in September 2018 with Medulloblastoma, an aggressive form of brain cancer. As if that wasn't enough, Michael's mom, Lisa, was diagnosed in December 2018 with breast cancer.

Lisa and Michael both received simultaneous treatment at Mass General from January 2019 - May 2019. In October of 2019, Michale's parents were informed that his tumors had returned and he was sent home on comfort care.

Freezing Fun For Families notified the Vose family that they had been select as one of the 2020 Snow Softball Program beneficiaries on December 15, 2019. Michael lost his fight with Medulloblastoma on December 17, 2019.

Mom and Dad, Matt and Lisa still need our help! Thanks to the outpouring of support FFFF saw throughout 2019, for the first time we were able to present a family with their $10,000 prior to our Snow Softball weekend. Thank you to all that supported in 2019 and we look forward to all that will continue to support in 2020.

7-year-old Logan Morrill is from Morrisville, VT. Logan is afflicted with Neurofibromatosis (NF). It was known from birth that Logan had NF, but it wasn't until he was 4-years-old that a tumor was located on his brain stem and deemed inoperable. He also has 6 tumors on his spine. He has since undergone numerous rounds of chemotherapy. The tumor has stabilized in size, resulting in maintenance chemotherapy for the next few weeks and then a break. NF is hereditary and is common in his family history, as both his dad and grandmother are afflicted with it as well.

Logan is your average energetic 7-year-old that loves to run around and play with his 12-year-old sister Alisha and 10-year-old brother Keaton. When he is not playing with his siblings, you can often find him playing cards (especially UNO) with his mom Jennifer and his dad Josh. During those hot summer days, Logan also loves to be found swimming in the pool. Logan is currently attending school regularly around his chemotherapy treatments. Special attention has been made by school staff to ensure that his learning area is disinfected regularly and classmates are educated about hygiene, especially proper hand washing techniques to ensure Logan does not get sick from preventable germs.

Jennifer is a stay at home mom and Josh works at the local Big Lots.