Breast cancer survivors invited to Pink Ribbon Tea
SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR
Those involved with the Junior League of Youngstown’s Pink Ribbon Tea are, from left, seated, Barbara Banks, Linda Russel, Michele Grant, Kathy Wolsonovich, Carol Gubany, Judy Wexler and Gretchen Bradley. Standing are Janice Fagert, Pat Greene, Susan Stewart, Suzanne Fleming, Pam Nock, Cheryl McArthur, Carla Baldwin Fields and Sherry McKelvey. Other participants are Nancy Beeghly, Marylin Conti, Anna Marie Newman, Linda Sisek, Betsy Slagle, Kera A. Thompson and Leah Wilson.
Survivors of breast cancer are invited to the 20th Anniversary Pink Ribbon Tea, planned for noon Aug. 25 at Stambaugh Auditorium Ballroom, 1000 Fifth Ave.
The co-founders of the Junior League of Youngstown’s Pink Ribbon Tea will be honored for their service to women at the tea. Founders of the event, Annette Camacci and Sue Berny, will be recognized.
As a tribute to the thousands of Mahoning Valley women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer, the Junior League will continue working to fulfill the committee’s promise of awareness and advocacy on their behalf.
Invitations have been sent to survivors by area health centers. Any survivors who have not received an invitation should contact the league office at 330-743-3200 to have one sent. To sponsor a survivor, call the office.