Montgomery-based MAX Credit Union held its eighth annual MAX Community Reception last month. The event honored the Joy to Life Foundation, along with founders Joy and Dickie Blondheim of Montgomery, as the recipients of the 2011 MAX Community Achievement Award. The annual event brings together a variety of community leaders to celebrate area successes and recognize organizations and individuals who make a significant difference in the quality of life in the River Region.
MAX honored Joy to Life for its vision in advocating free mammograms and early detection of breast cancer for medically under-served women less than 50 years old in 29 central Alabama counties. Joy Blondheim was diagnosed with breast cancer in April 1997, during and after which she felt a calling to help women in the Montgomery area who did not have the resources for early detection and treatment. In recent years, Joy and Dickie Blondheim have devoted their lives to working for others. This couple should be commended for all that they have done and it was most fitting that they were so honored.
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