I’ve always loved that phrase and I think it’s perfectly appropriate for the campaign for the fight against breast cancer. I was thrilled when Bomshel came back to mainstream country radio with their newest single, “Fight Like a Girl”.
Here are some ways that you can Fight Like a Girl right now!
October 4th, 1:00pm-4:00pm
Renaissance Raleigh Hotel at North Hills
Survivor recognition and award at 2:30 To nominate a survivor for the Spirit of Survivorship Award, click here!
Gather your friends, come indulge yourself and celebrate how far we’ve come in battling breast cancer. Eight local spas will be providing massages, nail, hair, skin and make-up services. There will be plenty of drinks and hors d’ oeuvres as well as door prizes and give-aways from participating spas and sponsors.
Funds raised will provide screening, education and treatment programs for uninsured women in our community. Everyone is welcome, but tickets are limited and going fast so get yours now!
Online Ticket Prices: Survivor – $5 | Adult – $10
For more information visit: http://www.komennctriangle.org/events/pinkfest.php
Busy October? Well then how does next Tuesday look?
September 15th, 2009
All Triangle area Massage Envy locations
Book a one-hour massage for $35.00 and Massage Envy will donate $10 per massage to Komen NC Triangle. Nationally, Massage for the Cure has raised over $800,000 for Komen programs, services and research!
I just booked my appointment for a $35 massage (of which, a very generous $10 donation goes to Komen)… so why not treat yourself, your mom, your sister, your best gal pal… ANYONE for that matter to a little pampering for a great cause?
As the song says: Kick (cancer’s) ass, take names.