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Relay for Life

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  • Hopkins women host Lacrosse Coaches Vs. Cancer game vs. Loyola

    Hopkins women host Lacrosse Coaches Vs. Cancer game vs. Loyola
    The Johns Hopkins women will host the first Lacrosse Coaches vs. Cancer event Wednesday night when they meet Loyola in a nationally-televised 5 p.m. game at Homewood Field. A basketball event until now, Coaches vs. Cancer aims to raise awareness,...
  • Cabin Fever won't kick in if you get outside

    It never fails to give me a chuckle when I read someone complaining about going stir crazy with cabin fever. Seriously? Unless you're elderly, infirm or hobbled up by injury, there is no reason to stay cooped up in your house, or cooped up from your...
  • Howard County Briefs

    Relay for Life The American Cancer Society invites the public to the Relay for Life of Howard County 2014 Season Kickoff Rally at 6 p.m. Jan. 28 at the Sheraton Columbia Town Center Hotel, 10207 Wincopin Circle. Those interested can register a team or...
  • Buffalo Grove volunteer honored by American Cancer Society

    Buffalo Grove volunteer honored by American Cancer Society
      Adam Schwartz first participated in an event to fight cancer when he was still a student at Stevenson High School in Lincolnshire. Now, at 29, he is the youngest person to be inducted into the American Cancer Society's Relay For Life Hall of Fame. "It...
  • Cancer support group uses laughter as medicine

    Cancer support group uses laughter as medicine
    The thought of cancer may bring doom and gloom for many people, but for Richard McDaniel, 67, and Gaspard “Frenchie” Sossoyan, 84, it’s important to also inject laughter and warmth. McDaniel and Sossoyan are members of a breast...
  • Fashion, beauty & spray tanning come together at Lucx Boutique

    Fashion, beauty & spray tanning come together at Lucx Boutique
    It's called "Beauty, Body & Bubbles." Oh yeah, I was tempted to add “Boca” to the title of this cosmetics and fashion event just for the alliteration (see previous blog post). It’s easy to get giddily carried away when we’re...
  • Guide: Fall craft fairs on the Peninsula

    Guide: Fall craft fairs on the Peninsula
    From well-known brands like Pampered Chef to the neighborhood mom who designs little girls’ hairbows, there is no better place to find homegrown businesses than a local craft fair. And the Peninsula is the place to shop. There are dozens of shows...
  • Two Orange physical education teachers named best in the state

    Two Orange physical education teachers named best in the state
    Two Orange County physical education teachers have been named among the best in their profession by their peers. Both have been selected as teachers of the year for their respective grade levels by the Florida Alliance for Health, Physical Education,...
  • District 230 Relay For Life lauded for efforts

    Consolidated High School District 230 has been recognized for its unparalleled Relay For Life fundraising efforts, which have pulled in about $3 million in 17 years to fight cancer, according to a Sandburg High teacher. The Orland Park-based district'...
  • Volunteer profile: Jessie Arenson

    Volunteer profile: Jessie Arenson
    Name: Jessie Arenson Age:17 Hometown: Deerfield, IL Name of organization: American Cancer Society, Relay for Life What role does the organization serve in the community? The organization works with local businesses, cancer survivors,...
  • Gwendolyn Doe's story of survival

    Gwendolyn Doe's story of survival
    I was diagnosed with breast cancer in July 2010. I had been experiencing right nipple discharge and made an appointment to see my doctor. He ordered a series of tests, including an ultrasound and a cone biopsy. The results concluded that it was cancer....