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Cancer Awareness Charity BallMarch 8, 2015 by Cathy Cosmenco Odisho (Register to contact)
You Are Invited To Attend and Pass This Information On Far and Wide. Any Questions please get in touch with me here. Thank You
Cancer Awareness Charity Ball
Saturday October 17, 2015
Shelby Gardens Banquet and Events Center
50265 Van Dyke Avenue Shelby Township, MI 48317
6:00 pm Hors D’oeuvres
7:00 pm Dinner
8:00 pm Live Big Band Entertainment and Dancing
With Gary Greenfelder's Orchestra
Dress Attire is "Smart Casual" which means for Men Blazers,
trousers , neckties or shirts are acceptable and for Women Dresses, casual dresses, or pantsuits. No jeans or t-shirts.
Now Available To Purchase
Per Person $50.00 Couple $100.00
Last Chance Ticket Purchases
Sept. 1st - Oct. 10th
Per Person $80.00 Couple $130.00
The evening is centered around Dinner and Big Band/Swing Band Music.Though the ambiance of the evening will be charged with wonderful music, delicious food and dancing, the focus is on Cancer Awareness for all. "For all" represents those in their struggle, those who have won, those who have succumbed and for those who support anyone at any stage of this ugly intruder of life. I am doing this from my heart and spirit. I deeply believe in this cause and have many direct connections with it and my goal is to continue to make Cancer Awareness stay on the front line of the battle field.
Realizing that people everywhere have the knowledge does not mean that the knowledge needs to become stagnant. Please give your considerations to helping me with my cause. The expense of the evening is not that great but the cause is much greater.
Please purchase your ticket(s) or make a donation. All donations are Greatly Accepted and Appreciated. The money you spend on the tickets for the Cancer Awareness Charity Ball or your Donations helps further research and even helps provide those who can't afford treatment to receive treatment, it also helps provide testing for low income people.
There is no minimum amount for your donation, any amount is a worthy donation.
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Anchor Bay students to present 'The Lion King Jr.' New Baltimore Voice Newspapers
More than 100 Anchor Bay middle school students will present “The Lion King Jr.” this week.
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... • Toy Story 4 (G): Woody, Buzz Lightyear and the gang along with a new toy named Forky embark on a new adventure that takes them on a road trip. Animated ...
Macomb County man who killed party-store cashier seeking prison release The Macomb Daily
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An Anchor Bay area teen has used his Eagle Scout project to help improve the lives of participants at Macomb County's adult day caring center.
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A 29-year-old Richmond man who died Feb. 7 in a single-car crash on St. Clair Highway is being remembered for his willingness to help anyone in need.
Marysville City Council says no to golf carts on city streets New Baltimore Voice Newspapers
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The evolution of New Baltimore from World War II through the swinging '60s will come alive in pictures this month.
Bunco benefit to support Relay For Life of New Baltimore New Baltimore Voice Newspapers
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Salmon Stakes fishing contest returns to St. Clair this month New Baltimore Voice Newspapers
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Chesterfield Township woman charged with stabbing boyfriend in neck New Baltimore Voice Newspapers
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Algonac-Clay Historical Society to mark Log Cabin Day New Baltimore Voice Newspapers
The Algonac-Clay Historical Society will join communities and organization across the state in celebrating Log Cabin Day this month.
John E. Laurent | Obituaries Cadillac News
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Window tint enforcement in Marine City causes controversy New Baltimore Voice Newspapers
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Anchor Bay teen hit by train; police suspect suicide New Baltimore Voice Newspapers
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St. Clair County Drug Task Force busts meth lab, seizes drugs New Baltimore Voice Newspapers
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