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Strength. Courage. Hope.
When: Sunday, June 2, 2013
12:30-1:30pm Exhibits & Refreshments
1:30-3:00pm Survivors Day Program
Where: The Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center
401 N. Broadway, Baltimore, MD 21287
(Free parking in the Weinberg Garage)
RSVP: Kimberly Bell, Program Coordinator
(410) 614-1308 or email@example.com
We hope you will join with us as the Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center, fellow cancer survivors, and their families celebrate National Cancer Survivors Day. This day promises to be filled with inspiration. Highlights include:
Jason Cherish, Cancer Survivor is a self-professed, equal-parts adventurer, entrepreneur, and warrior. Come hear Jason’s inspirational story of how he taught cancer a lesson and listen as he shares his unorthodox and irreverent battle-tested playbook against cancer.
Anna Ferguson, RN, BSN, Oncology Research Nurse, shares how the Hope Project at the Kimmel Cancer Center aims to stimulate more dialogue among both providers and patients about the importance of hope.
Survivor Fashion Show:
This fashion show will feature men and women who will shine in snappy outfits provided by local clothiers! Live music will accompany their walk on the Weinberg runway as they are recognized for their strength, courage, and hope in the face of cancer.
Live Musical Performances:
Exhibits & Refreshments:
Survivorship information, community resources
Light refreshments and desserts
Fun games & activities, Boots the Clown
Pizza & refreshments
Please RSVP by letting us know how many adults and children will be coming with you.
Free parking is available in the Weinberg Garage.
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