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Girls Night Out
October 1 @ 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm
An event every day that begins at 5:30 pm, repeating until October 3, 2019
GIRLS NIGHT OUT “ROCK YOUR RIBBON” FOR CANCER SUPPORT
Cancer Support Community Redondo Beach (CSCRB) is taking reservations for the 17th annual Girls Night Out “Fun”- raiser to be held at The Comedy & Magic Club, 1018 Hermosa Avenue, Hermosa Beach, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, October 1-3. This sell-out event just for ladies celebrates the women in our lives who have been touched by any type of cancer with an evening of fun and humor.
Festivities begin each night at 5:30 p.m. with the opening of the bar and silent auction—followed by dinner, live auction, a fabulous show, a world class line-up of top comedians, a fun raffle and lots of laughs. Each evening will also include an inspirational speaker who will share their story of cancer survivorship. Don your festive attire in the color representing the cancer awareness ribbon of your choice and get ready to party!
“We are taking this event beyond the ‘Pink’ theme this year to recognize the many different cancers that touch the lives of women,” said CSCRB Executive Director/CEO Paula Moore. “We invite ladies to get into the spirit and rock the color and/or ribbon that represents the cancer awareness month of their choice. The ladies at Girls Night Out are helping to support the many free programs that CSCRB offers for every type of cancer and it is important to represent that at this event.”
Proceeds from this event will help to fund free cancer support programs at CSCRB. Reservations are $100 per person. Call 310-376-3550 to reserve your seat, or visit www.GirlsNightOutCSCRB.org to purchase tickets online. Top sponsors include The Jacqueline Glass Family, South Bay BMW, Dr. Allen and Mrs. Charlotte Ginsburg, Jim and Lana Speer, Deb Patrick, Macy’s, Brian and Pauline Harris, Torrance Memorial Medical Center, Portia and Andy Cohen, Nordstrom and The Comedy and Magic Club. Please visit the website for a full sponsor listing and to learn more about CSCRB’s free educational and support programs for cancer patients and their loved ones.
About CSCRB: A nonprofit located on the Redondo Beach Pier for more than 32 years, Cancer Support Community Redondo Beach (CSCRB) is an independent affiliate of the international Cancer Support Community network with headquarters in Washington, DC. CSCRB provides free programs of social and emotional support, education and hope for people with cancer and their families. The goal of CSCRB is to help as many cancer patients as possible recover from the physical and emotional effects of cancer to the greatest extent possible. Services include drop-in networking groups, weekly support group programs, Kids Support Community, Teens Connect program, informational brochures, stress reduction, exercise and mind-body activities, educational lectures and workshops on nutrition and treatment. Offering what is considered to be the gold standard of psychosocial support, all programs at CSCRB are derived from evidence-based psychosocial oncology and mind-body research. CSCRB serves the entire South Bay, Long Beach and Orange County areas. For more information visit the website www.cancersupportredondobeach.org or call (310) 376-3550.