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White on White Gala to benefit cancer patients

By May 28, 2014

Plans are under way for the White on White Gala at the Manzanita Kitchen in Diamond Springs on Sunday, June 1, 4 to 6:30 p.m. White represents all colors of the rainbow, and on this day, we will acknowledge all types of cancer, honoring those who have been diagnosed with the disease and remembering those we have lost.  Enjoy free wine tasting, appetizers, dinner and music.

Sponsorships are still available, and proceeds benefit the new Images of Hope project coordinated by the Marshall Medical Cancer Resource Center in collaboration with other community partners. The event will raise funds for art, yoga, meditations and other therapy classes for cancer patients and their families.

This will be a beautiful event, draped in white linens, china, flowers and attire. Tickets include wine tasting from five wineries, appetizers, dinner and music. Dinner catered by Table to Necter. Tickets are $25 per person or $45 per couple, and are available at Flowers on Main in Placerville or by calling (530) 672-7050 through the Marshall Cancer Resource Center.

Max the new cancer therapy puppy will greet attendees at the door, and should add great fun to the event. Please join us in attending the first annual White on White Gala in support of our cancer community.  Together, we can make a difference in the lives of those who have been touched by cancer.

For further information, please contact director Wendy Goossen at the Cancer Resource Center office at (530) 672-7050 or www.imagesofhopeeldorado.com.

Marshall Medical Center

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