Survivor Celebration at The Greene 2018
About This Event
THEN come back Saturday, August 4-
The Pink Ribbon Girls are hosting a morning dedicated to YOU and your support groups.
We want to celebrate survivors of ALL types of cancers at our Survivor Celebration Weekend at the Greene Towne Center. We will celebrate the human spirit, perseverance, hope and life! We also invite groups of those who want to remember the lives of those lost to cancer.
Panera Breakfast, SWAG BAG (while supplies last) and event t-shirt are FREE for survivors but you must register by Monday 7/23 to be guaranteed an event t-shirt and a drink ticket for Saturday evening.
Family members and friends are encouraged to join in the celebration and be there to cheer on all survivors during the Warrior Walk. This is a time to come together to honor our survivors and remember those taken too soon. Event t-shirts are $10 for support members and must be ordered in advance to guarantee availability.
8:30 am Registration begins
9:00 am Warrior Breakfast with other survivors and families
Warrior Walk- Be honored in a powerful moment where we recognize you as a survivor. Hear powerful words from fellow survivors. Visit with organizations that provide services for survivors and stay for the day!
After the Warrior Walk there will be activities to pamper you, music to get you MOVING and plenty of time to have fun with other survivors! There will be special prize drawings just for survivors including Whispering Prayer bracelets and others! See you there!
FUN Family Friendly Activities:
6:00pm-10:00pm Beer Garden & Music by Stranger in Towne Center
raised of $15,000 goal
Location / Venue
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- 4428 Glengarry Drive
- Beavercreek, OH 45440
- Aug 04, 2018 08:30 am to
- Aug 04, 2018 11:00 pm
Event to Support Pink Ribbon Girls
We offer support and services to our members through our Simply Fight! and NO Age NO Stage programs which offer free services for those in treatment to help with everyday life needs such as housekeeping, meals and transportation. Survivors can also connect through monthly coffee talks and other events.
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STEVE Taylor gave a $10 donation
Melissa Hickey gave a $10.96 donation
Scott Moore gave a $20 donation
Michelle Dilgard gave a $10 donation
Cynthia Bellini gave a $10 donation
Lori Osterday 703 Creighton Ave gave a $10 donation
BECKY POTTLE gave a donation
Randy Patton gave a $10 donation
Lisa McKnight gave a $42.50 donationDedication In Honor of: Heather Bates
An anonymous donation of $10 has been made
Shannon Turner gave a $10 donation
Cathi Sargent gave a $10 donationI am currently undergoing treatment for breast cancer. I was diagnosed in March after I found an aggressively growing tumor. I receive chemo ever Monday. Kettering Cancer Center saved my life by getting me in quickly to all my testings and specialist for me to receive chemo quickly. My medical team is amazing. I also was linked to Pink Ribbon Girl, Debbie, who answers all my texting questions and keeps me sane. I have enough energy and strength to keep up with my daily chores around the house and work four days a week. I am very lucky. I am very excited to celebrate this event.
Amber Vahle gave a $10.85 donation
Debbie Klein gave a $10 donationI want to thank the PRG for everything when I was going through my breast cancer diagnosis and after my surgery. This organization is amazing and I feel truly blessed to have experienced the love and dedication that you show to all affected by breast cancer!
Rebecca Adams gave a $30 donation
Michael Feldhues gave a $10 donation
An anonymous donation has been made