Go GRAY in May
Updated: May 29, 2020
"The Gregory Bracelet stack is an important part of the Erimish Collection. It is named after a very close, life long friend that lost his battle to Brain Cancer in July 2015, at the very young age of 38. Every memory I have, of almost my entire life, has Greg in it. It only seemed fitting that I create a stackable bracelet to help remind others of what a great person we lost! A scholarship has been set up in his name and all profits will be donated to the scholarship. Gregory D. Smith Family Endowed Scholarship at OSU." - Ericka
Although May is recognized as Brain Cancer Awareness month, we encourage everyone to go gray every day. If you've seen people wearing gray in support, now you know why. It's important to raise awareness, not just of the signs and symptoms, but to support in the efforts of finding a cure. Cancer doesn't discriminate. We must help fight this important battle for our friends and family. For those who are currently in the midst of their battles and to those who have lost a loved one, you are in our hearts and prayers.
The Erimish Girl Gang