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Life to the Fullest Wine, Beer & Spirits Tasting and Silent Auction

Total Beverage & The Romito Foundation - Life to the Fullest - September 14th, 2019Saturday, September 14th, 2019
at the Westin, Westminster

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Now Your Shopping Can Support The Romito Foundation Through Amazon Smile

you can support The Romito Foundation through your purchases on Amazon SmileIf any of you are the early shoppers or you have been putting putting shopping off, here is a good incentive to start shopping or to shop for a few more items.

If you have never logged into amazonsmile  then all you do for your first time. is log into amazonsmile and then select "Romito Foundation" for the charity. Once your in, you should see in the upper left hand corner " supporting the Romito Foundation.  Then once you log out, your out out and if you log back into amazon, you MUST ALWAYS log back in through AMAZONSMILE for it to count in the future.

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Warriors Painting Day Event

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About Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy

Because there is no cure for DMD, the life expectancy for a diagnosed child is the late twenties.

Duchenne’s muscular dystrophy (DMD) is an inherited muscle wasting disease characterized by progressive muscle weakness. This muscle weakness occurs when an affected child’s muscle tissue is unable to produce a structural protein called dystrophin. Without this vital protein, muscles suffer significant damage and eventually die.

The progression of DMD causes orthopedic complications, respiratory failure, and heart failure. Boys with DMD are diagnosed in early childhood and are confined to a wheelchair by early adolescence. Because there is no cure for DMD, the life expectancy for a diagnosed child is the late twenties.

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Why 3 Brothers Against Duchenne?

The story behind Brotherhood Knot in the Romito logoThe logo started with the Brotherhood Knot. 
 
For Duchenne families, they are part of a brotherhood, hoping for a cure, connected by the disease.  

For Duchenne patients, they are young men and boys, a brotherhood, fighting.  

For everyone, connected by a cause, to find a cure, to improve the lives of those living with the disease.

All connected, all united, brothers in arms, a brotherhood united, a knot holding them together.  

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The Romito Foundation's History

Dominick, Kaleb & Collin Romito

In 2007 the Romito family was hit with devastating news, Dominic was diagnosed with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD). The neurologist explained to them that Dominic’s muscles would rapidly deteriorate, he would lose the ability to walk, to use his arms, the ability to take care of himself. Eventually Duchenne would attack his heart and lungs and the disease would take his life.

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Meet the Romito Boys:

the 3 Brothers against duchene's: Dominick, Kaleb & Collin Romito

Dominic, Collin, and Kaleb.  Each one of them has a form of Muscular Dystrophy called Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD).  It effects an estimated 15,000 - 20,000 boys in the United States.  

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2019 Sponsors

  • TotalBeverage160
  • Clark Reeh Photography
  • Great Scott's Eatery
  • La Patisserie Francaise 200
  • Scudder Press
  • Spirit Photo Booth