Community Cancer Research Foundation
MUNSTER | Self-healing and advanced medical technology will top the discussion at an annual cancer symposium Wednesday.
St. Jude House hosted its annual Spring Tea fundraiser on Saturday, April 20 at Avalon Manor in Hobart. The annual event draws several hundred mothers, daughters and dollies, as well as grandmothers, aunts and girlfriends. This year’s banquet featured a princess theme, with visits from Cinde…
Community Healthcare System's Perennial Ball is an annual black-tie gala held in Chicago to raise funds to for the Community Cancer Research Foundation, Inc. Over the past 12 years, this event has generated over $2 million to benefit the Community Cancer Research Foundation. The 2013 gala wa…
MUNSTER | ABC 7 Chicago television Traffic/Transportation anchor Roz Varon is the guest speaker for the sixth annual Share the Love event Feb. 13 at the Center for Visual & Performing Arts, 1040 Ridge Road.
MUNSTER | Community Cancer Research Foundation is seeking entries for a photo contest. Photographers are invited to submit photos that reflect the theme “Hope Soars” and join in the fight against cancer.
MUNSTER | Hessville resident Nancy McCooley remains devoted to her sisters – Alma “Dell” Hale and Kathryn “Katie” Girton – and once wore a pink shirt with the word “Sisters” emblazoned across the front to prove it. McCooley honors that special bond she had with Dell who succumbed to breast c…
Community Healthcare System sponsors Lights of Life at Community Hospital & Angel Illumination at St. Catherine Hospital
In the darkness, a single light brings hope. Multiplied by more than 1,000, that single glow is transformed into the Lights of Life.
MUNSTER | More than $140,000 was raised for the Cancer Resource Centre as thousands turned out on a beautiful fall day at Munster High School football field to Romp 'N Roll. The eighth annual Fun Run/Walk event last month drew teams representing the hospitals of Community Healthcare System a…
MUNSTER | Calumet Harley-Davidson invites all bikers to a Save Second Base Ride and Oktoberfest fundraiser Saturday at the dealership, 10350 Calumet Ave.
MUNSTER | Called "one of the funniest people on the planet" by Oprah Winfrey, veteran stand-up comedienne Diana Jordan is the headliner at this year's free annual Fall Cancer Symposium. "An Evening of Hope and Laughter" is planned from 6 to 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 5 at the Centre for Vi…
MUNSTER | Called "one of the funniest people on the planet" by Oprah Winfrey, veteran stand-up comedienne Diana Jordan is the headliner at this year's free annual Fall Cancer Symposium sponsored by The Community Cancer Research Foundation.
CROWN POINT | Crown Point Community Foundation awarded 12 grants during its recent grant cycle, totaling $31,763.86 in funding for local projects. Grants include:
HIGHLAND | Staff members at Bosak Honda revved up the pink factor during recently to raise funding and awareness for breast cancer research.
Bosak Honda staff tough enough to wear pink include, standing, left to right, Mike Browner, sales manager; Ted Walczak, business manager; Albert Berg, sales; Mike Taulia, sales; Steve Isakson, business manager; Diana Szabo, receptionist; Brian Wilkes, sales manager; Shawn Adams, sales; Lou I…
SCHERERVILLE | NBC-TV Meteorologist Ginger Zee will discuss her positive outlook on life at the fourth annual Share the Love benefit at 11 a.m. Feb. 17 at Briar Ridge Country Club, 123 Country Club Drive. In her presentation, Zee predicts a forecast that is "Mostly Sunny with 100% Chance of Hope."
Tiny grains of sand may hold the key to healing for cancer survivors at the Cancer Resource Centre in Munster. At a workshop in September, participants took part in a sacred art of healing, by helping to construct a sand mandala painting.
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