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"Show of Support Celebration"

Let's face it, cancer stinks! If you're going through this awful time there is help and support. It's at a great place called Gilda's Club! And coming up on September 15, Gilda's Club is having their signature event "Show of Support Celebration" at the Pfister Hotel. The evening will include:
  • Fashion show with models (all cancer survivors) taking the runway in the latest fall fashions;
  • Lee Kass Cancer Support Community Philanthropic Award presented to Mark Shapiro, executive director of the Jewish Community Center; and
  • Official kick-off of the Gilda's Club Community Challenge Grant Campaign
As you may know, Gilda's Club offers a much-needed support community for individuals and families who are living with cancer. Educational programs, emotional support, networking, social and wellness activities are offered to participants free of charge.  And now, operating in a community-based model, Gilda's Club is bringing the program to people where they live, work and worship. Show your support and come on out to this great event on September 15th. Tickets can be purchased online or by calling 414.962.8201, ext. 102.


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09/08/2011 4:32AM
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