Once again this year, Carter and Caleb Bearman are walking in honor of their mom, Mary Ann, who was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes at the age of 6. They know very well what it takes to deal with this disease on a daily basis -- the routine of blood monitoring and insulin pumps, of carb counting and regular physician visits. They understand how important it is that people have all the information -- and the best information -- available about diabetes, as well as the critical medicine and medical tools that ensure that those with this disease lead a full, robust life. It is for this reason that Carter and Caleb are walking to support the Diabetes Foundation of Mississippi, which does so much good for our community with programs like "We Care 2" (helping newly diagnosed kids), "Camp Kandu" (a weekend camp for kids and their parents to provide education and networking on diabetes), "It's Not a Sweet Subject" (training for Mississippi schools), "Helping Hands" (providing free emergency assistance with diabetes-related medications and supplies to those in need), and "Empowerment for Everyone" (a partnership with church ministries to provide screenings, supplies and education). And every dollar raised in Mississippi stays right here to help those with this disease. Won't you help Carter and Caleb in honoring Mary Ann and supporting this great organization?