It will soon be 5 years since I was diagnosed with breast cancer, and every year since that first awful year, we've put on the Seacoast Concert for a Cure to raise money for cancer research and survivor support. It never ceases to amaze me what the good will, hard word and determination of a small band of dedicated men and women can accomplish. Everything is donated, volunteered or done for a very reduced cost. And every year we raise between $15 and $20K for the causes we support. After months of meetings, worrying and guilt over what we haven't done yet, somehow the day dawns, the people arrive and all is well. This year is no different. We had our share of hiccups, musicians whose schedule changed, venue issues, and a few sponsors who in these tight times didn't return. But ultimately, it all comes together. This year we're adding a plant sale to the mix which has given me something to do with all the excess plants I seem to produce on a regular basis. So if you're in the neighborhood of Redhook Brewery in Portsmouth, NH today. Stop on by. We'd love to see you, and so would the survivors we support.