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10TH Annual Cincinnati Cancer Survivors Gala
November 3 @ 5:30 pm - 10:00 pm
Duke Energy Convention Center$70 – $750
THE BLACK AND WHITE CANCER SURVIVORS FOUNDATION CELEBRATES 10 YEARS!
The Black and White Cancer Survivors Foundation (BWCSF) invites you to their 10th Annual Black & White Cincinnati Cancer Survivors Gala. BWCSF promotes the benefits of preventive healthcare and maintenance.
Celebrate with the foundation on November 3rd at the Duke Energy Convention Center beginning with a reception at 5:30 p.m. Doors to the ballroom will open at 6:30 p.m. Dinner begins at 7:00 p.m. Arrive early because no dinners will be given after 8:30 p.m. Individual tickets are $75. Tables (with a seating for 10) are $750. All tickets are available for purchase online.
Dr. Keith Melvin and Bill Mabrey will host this black tie event. Live music will provided by Muzic Company of Cincinnat. Also, DJ Vader will provide the dance music. Valet parking will be available. Wheelchair assistance will also provided at the main entrance. Make it a full weekend and stay downtown at the Hyatt Regency Hotel. Reserve your room at 513-579-1234 and mention the Black and White Cancer Survivors Foundation for a group rate.
Purchase your ticket to the Cincinnati Cancer Survivors Gala and celebrate the gift of life.
About The Black and White Cancer Survivors Foundation
The Black & White Cancer Survivors Foundation (BWCSF) was co-founded by Dr. C. Keith Melvin and “DJ Bill” William Mabrey. The two were sharing their personal experiences at a remission party that Bill was hosting for his wife, Debra. As a result, the founders decided to create an annual event as “a celebration of life” for community cancer survivors. Also, the event provides important resources to local organizations for research and support services.
Furthermore, BWCSF encourages the community to practice preventive care, get health screenings, consult with healthcare providers, and to use cancer support systems and agencies. Also, they aspire to further educate and encourage early cancer screening.