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Evamor #ForChelsey

Meet Kevin Kline, who created the Snowdrop Foundation in honor of a young girl named Chelsey Campbell. Chelsey lost her battle to cancer in 2006

Meet Lizzy

 

Lizzy is a bright, beautiful 8 year old who has been fighting stage 4 ERMS cancer since the tender age of 5. She’s had 2 short remissions #Lizzystrong.

Dear Chelsey

Award Winning Documentary.  DEAR CHELSEY is the story of how a young girl battling cancer helped a selfish and materialistic man see beyond himself and inspired him to commit his life to running marathons to remember, honor, and join the fight to help kids who stare down the biggest challenge of their lives. Then he realized that 26.2 miles was not enough.

Energizer Keep Going Hall of Fame

Baseball great Cal Ripken Jr. called Houston's 93Q morning show to tell on-air personality Kevin Kline the public had voted Kline into the Energizer Keep Going Hall of Fame.

Kline told Ripken he's been waiting to join him in the National Baseball Hall of Fame since getting a baseball scholarship to college.  "It was in jest," said Kline, 41

Instead of going pro, the former catcher and lifelong baseball fan went into 

radio after college.

On June 21, 2011 in Kline's hometown of St. Louis, Ripken inducted him as the seventh member of a different hall of fame, an exclusive list of volunteers who embody the energy of the pink furry Energizer bunny that keeps going and going. Kline got the news on June 14, the day before the fifth anniversary of when he established the Snowdrop Foundation to help Texas Children's Cancer Center patients and their families.

Training BOCS

To prepare for the frigid Arctic air and possible intense downslope winds winds he could face, Kline and his crew have built a walk-in freezer in his garage dubbed The BOCS (Big Ol’ Climate Simulator)

The BOCS is capable of reaching -20F.

Without windows, to mirror the 21 daily hours of darkness in which he’ll run, Kline wears his headlamp as he trains on his treadmill inside The BOCS.

BOCS Upgrade

 

A couple days ago we had owner of Machine Ice Company Will Weaver and his assistant Donie Lopez inside the BOCS, modifying the system to make it more efficient and potentially colder. They are being supervised by Kevin LOL..

Meet Lizzy

 

Lizzy is a bright, beautiful 8 year old who has been fighting stage 4 ERMS cancer since the tender age of 5. She’s had 2 short remissions #Lizzystrong.

Training BOCS

 

To Prepare for the Frigid Arctic air and possible intense down slope winds he could face, Kline and his crew have built a walk-in freezer his garage dubbed the BOCS (Big Ol' Climate Simulator.  Sponsored by Machine Ice Company and owner Will Weaver.

The BOCS is capable of reaching -20F

Without windows, to mirror the 21 daily hours of darkness in which he'll run,  Kline wears his headlamp as he trains on his treadmill inside the BOCS.

Evamor #ForChelsey

Meet Kevin Kline, who created the Snowdrop Foundation in honor of a young girl named Chelsey Campbell. Chelsey lost her battle to cancer in 2006

Strides Across Texas - Trailer

This is the story of Snowdrop Foundation and Strides Across Texas. It begins with Kevin Kline, who was forever changed when he met a 15-year-old girl named Chelsey at a radio station fundraising event for Texas Childrens Hospital. Its very easy to meet someone with a huge burden in their life and feel truly sorry for them - and then move on with your life. For Kevin, meeting Chelsey meant he could never go back.. The story will inspire the viewer, opening their eyes and heart as it reveals how, in a very brief moment, an attitude of selfishness can be destroyed so that amazing things can happen.

Dear Chelsey

Award Winning Documentary.  DEAR CHELSEY is the story of how a young girl battling cancer helped a selfish and materialistic man see beyond himself and inspired him to commit his life to running marathons to remember, honor, and join the fight to help kids who stare down the biggest challenge of their lives. Then he realized that 26.2 miles was not enough.

Energizer Keep Going Hall of Fame

Baseball great Cal Ripken Jr. called Houston's 93Q morning show to tell on-air personality Kevin Kline the public had voted Kline into the Energizer Keep Going Hall of Fame.

Kline told Ripken he's been waiting to join him in the National Baseball Hall of Fame since getting a baseball scholarship to college.  "It was in jest," said Kline, 41

Instead of going pro, the former catcher and lifelong baseball fan went into 

radio after college.

On June 21, 2011 in Kline's hometown of St. Louis, Ripken inducted him as the seventh member of a different hall of fame, an exclusive list of volunteers who embody the energy of the pink furry Energizer bunny that keeps going and going. Kline got the news on June 14, the day before the fifth anniversary of when he established the Snowdrop Foundation to help Texas Children's Cancer Center patients and their families.