Tammy Lofink, left, and Tracey Kuhns, right, will be skydiving on Sunday, Nov. 1, to support their fund, Rising Above Addiction, which raises money for acute heroin intervention. Tammy’s son Robert died of a heroin overdose last year and Tracey’s son Ryan is currently in treatment for heroin addiction. (DAVE MUNCH / STAFF PHOTO / Carroll County Times)
Although they’re both nervous about jumping out of an airplane, Eldersburg mothers Tammy Lofink and Tracey Kuhns hope doing a tandem skydiving jump on Sunday will raise awareness for their Rising Above Addiction fund.
Both women have been affected by their sons’ addictions to heroin and hope to make a difference in warning people away from the drug… To read more, go to: http://www.carrollcountytimes.com/news/local/ph-cc-rising-above-addiction-20151028-story.html
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