Sonya Bryson Makes Appearance at American Red Cross Tampa Bay Luncheon
Tampa FL– On June 1, 2017 Sonya Bryson graced attendees with her beautiful rendition of the National Anthem during the American Red Cross Tampa Bay Luncheon at the University of Tampa Vaughn Center. Sonya’s Multiple Sclerosis Diagnosis will not stop her from performing and inspiring others with her powerful voice. Sonya is an MS warrior who copes with the disease with an unwavering sense of positivity. With the support of her loving husband, and A+C team Sonya provided the audience with a confident and encouraging performance.
After Sonya’s lovely rendition, C. William Fox Jr. M.D. provided attendees with a message of hope about his courageous journey toward recovery after suffering severe physical injuries during his time in the military. Fox spoke of his fight for life against all odds and inspired the crowd with his resilience and faith. Much like Sonya, Fox was able to show the audience through his inspiring story that one person’s journey can change other’s lives.
The American Red Cross celebrated its 100th year by bringing together community members, volunteers, and heroes to enjoy an inspiring afternoon. With delicious food and hopeful speakers, the day was one to remember. The American Red Cross Tampa Bay announced its mission to install 100,000 smoke alarms this upcoming year. This ambitious goal will help ensure a safer Tampa community.
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