Jerry Pospeshil from Sioux City, IA, designed this button for his team to wear in a fundraising walk for CureSearch, a childhood cancer research organization. At the age of 4, Jerry's grandson, Mason, was diagnosed with Embryonal Rhabdomyosarcoma (cancer). Since Mason (who has been cancer-free for six months) loves hockey, the team was named "Shoot for a Cure." In addition to buttons, Jim made magnets for people who donated to the team. And since a hockey puck measures exactly 3 inches, Jim also cut out designs to attach to a hockey puck - and Mason LOVED the photo puck! Lots of people commented on the buttons, over 1500 people participated in the walk, and more than $110,000 was raised for childhood cancer research! A great result!