Bust a Move celebrates the lives of breast cancer survivors in our community. It’s more than just an event, it is a yearlong project that begins with the casting process in the spring. In the latest video in our series on our YouTube channel, Ann Johnson talks about the casting process.
The project culminates in a high-energy event and it’s coming up on Friday at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art. Tickets are available at our office or online here:Â https://bustamove2013.eventbrite.com/
Bust a Move is one week from today and we can’t wait. Check out the latest video in the series on ourÂ YouTube channelÂ promoting this yearâ€™s Bust a Move event that brings breast cancer survivors, artists, and cancer community members together to celebrate their triumph and remember the struggles theyâ€™ve experienced.
Nichole is one of the artist for this yearâ€™s Bust A Move, a fundraiser for women with breast cancer in our community on 10/4 at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art. Tickets are available here:Â https://bustamove2013.eventbrite.com/
This video is part of a series on ourÂ YouTube channelÂ promoting this yearâ€™s Bust a Move event that brings breast cancer survivors, artists, and cancer community members together to celebrate their triumph and remember the struggles theyâ€™ve experienced.
Paige is one of the artist for this yearâ€™s Bust A Move, a fundraiser for women with breast cancer in our community on 10/4 at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art. Tickets are available here:Â https://bustamove2013.eventbrite.com/
by Linda Bewley, outreach coordinator
A few weeks ago, while I was covering the front desk, a man came in asking if we had wigs and hats. Â I told him that we do and after talking for a couple of minutes he said heâ€™d go out to the car and get the person who needed one.Â Since he seemed a little hesitant, I first walked him to the wig room door so he could see what we had.Â He went outside, and after about 5 minutes of talking to someone in the car, I saw a woman emerge.Â She carefully stood up and the two of them slowly made their way into the building. They met with a Client Advocate and later they toured the warehouse. Then, they went into the wig salon.Â After a while, the wig salon door opened and out came the woman with a spring in her step, sporting a cute short wig.Â But, the best part was she was wearing a huge smile on her face!Â She talked to me about wigs and hair and then her smile got even bigger when someone came around the corner, heard our conversation and said that she would never have known the woman was wearing a wig.
Thatâ€™s what weâ€™re about here at Cancer Servicesâ€”helping people during a very difficult time in their livesâ€”giving them an emotional boost when things just seem too overwhelming.Â Â The smile on her face as she left our office made me proud to say I work for Cancer Services.
Mark your calendar. We will host our annual Tribute Dinner on Thursday, September 12 at a NEW LOCATION. This year’s event will be held at The Landmark. Our guest speaker will be Jan Dravecky, wife and caregiver for Dave Dravecky, former San Francisco Giant’s pitcher. Invitations will be going out soon. Keep your eyes open for one and plan to join us. The event offers the community a chance to reflect and pay tribute to those touched by cancer in their lives.
Questions? Call Amber at (260) 484-9560 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Take the night off from preparing dinner and head to Texas Roadhouse on Thursday, June 27. That night, 10% of your bill will be donated to our organization. This includes carry out!
Our friends at Fire Police City County Federal Credit Union dropped by last week with a check for over $1,300, which was raised through their Lapper team and cancer tee-shirt sales. We are so grateful for their support!
The TinCaps opened their home season at Parkview Field on Thursday, and for the 3rd year, we were honored to participate as the featured charity. Our Assistant Program director, Tina; board member, Kathy Peterson; and Development Director, Amber, attended the game, passing out information about our organization and talking to people about the upcoming Lapper walk on May 18. Though it was cold and rainy, thousands of people flooded the stadium and many came by to visit us.
One of our clients, Paxton (pictured left with his mother), had the honor of throwing out the first pitch, and when he did so, he was met with thunderous applause.
Thank you TinCaps for allowing us to be a part of your home opener every year!
For the 3rd year, we will be the featured non-profit organization at the TinCaps season opener. We hope you can join us!
For more information, visit our website.