There is now a Chip In page for the Snow family. Jeff and Susan Snow, members of Invisible Music and former members of several other local and nationally-touring music projects, gave birth to son Harrison in early November. Within a few days of his birth, Harrison was diagnosed with a diaphragmatic hernia, and ever since the family has been (mostly) in and out of four hospitals with their little boy, who has braved multiple surgeries and fought the entire four months of his life for the relatively stable health that he’s now experiencing. On Harrison’s CaringBridge.org page, Susan shares news of her son’s condition, details her family’s trials and triumphs and boasts about Harrison’s lovely disposition and undeniable good looks.
Most of us tiptoe through life for fear that we will cut a finger or toe and end up dropping our entire life savings on a 15 minute emergency room visit. The Snow family has been in the hospital for four months! The Snow Family Chip In page provides a way for those of us who are not intimately acquainted with the family but know them through the local music community to chip in and show our support. The fundraiser, which runs through March 27th, is 40% of the way to the goal of $10,000. Chip in if you can! Happy Saturday.
If you’d like to know more, see New Times Music Editor Reed Fischer’s story and the accompanying pics.