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TENNPLASCO Supports Sherry’s Run

LAFAYETTE, TENN. – August 7, 2014 – Helping cancer patients 52 weeks a year with things like keeping the lights on and staying in their homes is something Sherry’s Run could not do without the support of local businesses and individuals. 

This year, TENNPLASCO joins the list of businesses who make Sherry’s Run possible with a $500 check. Pictured below (from left to right) are: TENNPLASCO representatives: Roxanne Carter, Penny Dillehay, Lisa Swindle, Jessica Cook and also Tiffy Clemons: Sherry’s Run Executive Board Member.

You have an opportunity to join them in changing lives for those who are battling cancer! 

Come join us as we make a difference in the lives of those affected by cancer right here in our community. The eleventh annual Sherry’s Run is scheduled for Saturday, September 13, 2014 at 8:00 a.m. at 623 West Main Street in Lebanon.

Mark your calendar and make a commitment to join us. REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN! Log on to to sign up. 

Your support allows us to assist cancer patients 52 weeks a year with gas, groceries, utility bills, housing payments, prescription assistance, health insurance premiums, medical bills, and colonoscopy assistance. 

To learn more about Sherry’s Run, please call 615-925-2592. To refer someone who might qualify for assistance, please call 615-925-9932 or visit 

Corrie Cluck

Faith, courage, optimism and a desire to help others were qualities that defined Sharon “Sherry” Patterson Whitaker. Both before and after the energetic wife and mother was diagnosed with colon cancer, the impression she made on her family, friends and community was undeniable. While her battle in the flesh was lost in 2004, the spirit she had shown throughout life continues to touch more lives every day. Because of Sherry’s Run, a 5K run/walk benefit organized in Sherry’s memory, area cancer victims and their families can make strides toward becoming cancer survivors, and researchers are a small step closer to stopping the disease for good.