Home Carrollton 9th Annual Luncheon in Pink Is Saturday, October 7th

9th Annual Luncheon in Pink Is Saturday, October 7th

SHARE

Bremen, GA (October 7, 2017) – The “Luncheon in Pink” is an annual luncheon and recognition event held for West Georgia community members affected by Breast Cancer. The annual fundraising event will be held at Mill Town Music Hall (1031 Alabama Ave. Bremen, Georgia) at 12:30 pm. The evening will include award recognition of community leaders, inspirational dialogue with keynote speaker Joseph T. Howard featuring Breast Cancer Survivor and Comedian Joyce Howard.

The “luncheon in pink” is an amazing opportunity to support and celebrate our resilient breast cancer patients, survivors, physicians, and their family and friends. The event provides benefits for those involved in every facet of facing breast cancer. To purchase tickets please visit www.hopeforthejourneywestga.org.

We encourage the West Georgia community to join us for an afternoon of inspiration, education, music, food, and celebration. Your support and encouragement helps us provide financial support to our patients, survivors, and their spirited families. We would also like to give special thanks to our sponsors, Pearl Marketing, Tanner Health System, Sugar Foods Corporation, United Community Bank, American Commerce Bank, and Walker GMC.
For more information, to purchase a ticket, or donate online visit www.hopeforthejourneywestga.org

About Hope for the Journey: Rosie Holley is the founder and executive director of Hope for the Journey, Inc. A non-profit where our mission encompasses providing educational, emotional, and financial assistance to make women’s fight with breast cancer as supple as it can be. Since Rosie’s breast cancer diagnosis in 2003, she has dedicated herself to the West Georgia community and those suffering from breast cancer. Rosie’s dedication to helping her community is remarkable, as her organization has assisted over 300 women and counting.

Contact:
Rosie Holley
execdirector@hopeforthejourneywestga.org
(770)-214-1491