Grand Junction, CO, November 16, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- On a chilly November 10th morning, Jennifer Cirka of Greyhound Real Estate along with her team of 9 participated in the MDA Muscle Walk of Grand Junction. Located at the Mesa Mall, the team raised over $600 to help fund much needed research, treatments and support for those living with Muscular Dystrophy.
The team consisted of other Real Estate Professional Affiliates along with past clients, family, and friends. The team included the following:
- Christine Ransier of Fairway Independent Mortgage Corporation
- David Shepard of Guild Mortgage
- Michael & Jeana Haitz of Skyline Drone Photography and Video Tours
- Past Customers of Greyhound Real Estate and Family Friends
The team also included Jennifer’s husband, Ron, who himself has a form of Muscular Dystrophy called Charcot-Marie-Tooth Disease (CMT). Charcot-Marie-Tooth is a degenerative nerve disease that usually appears in adolescence or early adulthood. Symptoms include muscle weakness, decreased muscle size, decreased sensation, hammertoes, and high arches with main treatments being physical and occupational therapy. Medications may also reduce pain.
Along with regularly donating to the MDA, Jennifer also belongs to the Grand Junction Giving Club which donates to local charities on a quarterly basis and she is the local representative of Friends of Retired Greyhounds Adoption Group. Jennifer, along with her affiliates and friends live and work in Mesa County and enjoy supporting local events in the community. “I am so thankful Jennifer invited me to the MDA Muscle Walk. I personally did not know anything about this disease until I met Jennifer and her husband,” said Christine Ransier of Fairway Independent Mortgage.
If you are interested, donations are still being accepted through the website located at https://tinyurl.com/GreyhoundMDA. And for any and all of your real estate needs, please reach out to Greyhound Real Estate, Fairway Independent Mortgage, Guild Mortgage, and Skyline Drone Photography.