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Jasmin Lyons, Director of Team Jlyons, presents a check for $900 to the Central Texas Support Group. The group is a forum for Lupus patients (Warriors), family and friends to discuss Lupus and its impact on their lives. Funds were raised from the Team JLyons Lupus Awareness Run/Walk and Car Show held on September 14 in Copperas Cove. Funds will be used to defray costs associated with group activities and promotion of Lupus Awareness and search for a cure. Pictured is Jasmin Lyons, support group leaders Joyce Dukes, Tiffany Skinner, and Lavern Mackey.


September 14. 2019. 5K Run/Walk for Lupus at the Ogletree Gap Park in Copperas Cove. Planned activities include a car show, K9 demonstation, a martial arts demonstration, and an an appearance by the Copperas Cove Five Hills Royalty.  Proceeds for the event went to the Lupus Foundation of American and Central Texas Lupus Group.  PICTURES


This is parag.  My name is Jasmin Lyons. I was diagnosed with Lupus over thirteen years ago while a sophomore at Copperas Cove high School. This disease took a lot out of me, physically and psychologically, altering my life in so many ways. I'm a fighter and have adjusted well. Now, I am an advocate for others who suffer like me ... and I will do all I can to help raise awareness of this disease. I will forever work to continue the good work of the Lupus Federation of America and other organizations.