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Timmy Walsh & his Camera For A Cure on PA Live!

Camera For A Cure is currently scheduling shows for 2014. CFAC is a regular participant of First Friday Scranton and the Jessup Art Loop
Timmy Walsh & his Camera For A Cure was recently featured on WBRE's PA Live television show. Hosts, Dave Kuharchik and Jasmine Brooks, began the conversation noting Walsh's signature suit, bow tie and fedora.  Walsh told about his nonprofit and showed a few of his favorite photos during the Community Live segment. Explaining that he raises funds for the Lung Cancer Alliance, he also stated that he enjoys working with Marley's Mission and the Children's Advocacy Center NEPA.
 
Camera For A Cure is currently scheduling shows for 2014. CFAC is a regular participant of First Friday Scranton and the Jessup Art Loop.  Any business that would like to host CFAC can contact (570) 604-4355.
 
Camera For A Cure was created by Timmy Walsh at the age of five, with his first show/sale at the age of six.  Understanding the severity and the lack of funding for lung cancer after his aunt was diagnosed with stage 3A, Walsh knew that he had to do something to help.  Walsh created CFAC and has been raising funds for nonprofit organizations and illness stricken families since 2008.  Now, at the age of 11, he continues his quest to raise funds and awareness for lung cancer.  Walsh is an Olyphant/Dalton resident, attends Wyoming Seminary Lower School, and is a Boy Scout with Troop 21 out of Dickson City. 
 
 For more information on Camera For A Cure, log onto www.cameraforacure.com.  Walsh also has his CFAC on Facebook, www.facebook.com/cameraforacure, Twitter @CameraForACure, and Instagram under Camera For A Cure.  For more information on Lung Cancer Alliance, log onto www.lungcanceralliance.org.

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