"Take a sad song and make it better"
~ Mc Cartney

The Beatles


If you think people in Wisconsin know how to party, it was definitely proven again on Saturday, February 15! On a cold snowy evening, 300 folks gathered at the Wisconsin Brewing Co. to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Beatles and enjoy great music, beer and fellowship....ALL for the cause of raising much needed monies for research in Epilepsy.

Under the direction of Bill and Vicki Rowe, and Dee Dee Stetzer and assisted by their amazing committee, Madison Friends of CURE raised over $30,000! Congratulations!

The real importance of the event was driven home by the personal testimonials of Kristin Seaborg, a Madison pediatrician, wife and mother who has epilepsy, and Mike Gomoll, founder of Joey's Song, and father of a young son who lost his life to a seizure.

A huge THANK YOU to the committee, to Mike Gomoll of Joey's Song, the contributors to the silent auction, the bands and all of you who attended to help fight the devastating condition of epilepsy.

Over the years, Madison Friends of CURE has raised over $167,000! It has been a journey of many wonderful generous friends working together. We are ready to award our THIRD Madison Friends if CURE research grant! Congratulations to all of you...and stay tuned!

See you next year!


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The British Invasion: A Madison Friends of CURE and Joey’s Song Fundraiser

Please join us for another exciting fundraiser, as we all strive to raise funds and awareness to CURE Epilepsy!

British Invasion event information

Thank You!

Many thanks to the wonderful "Ambassadors" of the Middleton Chamber of Commerce, and Park Bank for their generous contribution of $500 to the work and mission of CURE. Your support is sincerely appreciated by all at CURE

CURE's 2012 Annual Video!

Madison pediatrician and friend, Kristin Seaborg, featured on CURE's 2012 Annual Video!

Exciting News!

Because of your incredible generosity and support, Madison Friends of CURE is able to award its SECOND research grant! This grant goes to Dr. Philip Haydon, Ph D of Tufts University.

Dr Haydon is among the many national and international scientists recognized by CURE, who is dedicated to the performance of cutting edge research in the field of epilepsy.

To learn more about Dr Haydon's research please go to www.cureepilepsy.org

We continue to be so very grateful for your support and hard work as we join together in Madison to help find a CURE for epilepsy.