- Posted October 25, 2012 by
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Evenings in America
Cancer Survivors Black Tie Affair held in the Midwest
Please join our founder Deborah Green Boone of the Deborah Green Boone Cancer Foundation and a breast cancer survivor.
The foundation and members are always seeking events for cancer patients to network with other cancer survivors give then opportunities to gain strength, encouragement, and just good social times.
Please join Miriam McAllister, cancer caregiver and Deborah Green Boone, cancer survivor in thier black and white alongside supporters and other cancer survivors at the 4th Annual Black and White Cancer Survivors Ball celebrating the gift of Life.
Dr. Keith Melvin remains committed to hosting a program that promotes early cancer screenings, preventive care and support to local nonprofit t agencies whose goals are to advance research, education and cancer-related services to our citizens.
Saturday, November 3rd Hosted by Dr, Keith Melvin and Radio Personality Lincoln Ware.
This event is held at Sharonville Convention Center (11355 Chester Road, 45246) from 7pm-12am.
You can also purchase a table of ten for $600. Tickets are $60 Advance- $70 the day of until 3pm at 2135 Dana Avenue, Suite 400, during office hours 8:30 am -5pm (Monday-Friday).
Co-Sponsored MERCY HEALTH, Music by Eugene Goss & Triage and DJ Jazz
NO TICKETS SOLD AT THE DOOR
For tickets information Bill Mabrey (513) 742-4388, Gwen Boggs (513) 531-2085 or Brenda Harrison (513) 332-8775
This is a Black Tie Affair
Last year’s photo
Deborah Green Boone
James E. Craig, Chief of Police