Wakefield School, St. James School, and Loudoun Country Day all went undefeated in Foxcroft's 2014 Think Pink Basketball Tournament. The big winner was the Cherry Blossom Breast Cancer Foundation. The tournament raised more than $4,000 for the foundation. Victories for Wakefield, St. James, LCDS - and Foxcroft's Think Pink benefit!
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Fifth Annual "Think Pink Tournament" Scheduled for Jan. 11, 2014
Girls teams from Foxcroft,School, Wakefield School, Randolph-Macon Academy, Fredericksburg Academy, St. James, Quantico High, Hill School, and Loudoun county Day School will compete in varsity, junior varsity, and middle school divisions Saturday, January 11, 2014 when Foxcroft School holds its fifth annual Think Pink Basketball Tournament to benefit the Cherry Blossom Breast Cancer Foundation. Food concessions, the sale of "Think Pink" shirts and a free-will offering will raise money to help the fight against cancer. Everyone is invited and admission is free.
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Wakefield School, Randolph-Macon Academy, Fredericksburg Academy and St. James (Md.) will join host team Foxcroft School on Saturday, Jan. 11 in the fifth annual Think Pink Basketball Tournament on Saturday, January 11. The tournament which begins at 9 am, will be conducted in a round-robin format with three games being played at once in Foxcroft's spacious Athletic/Student Center. Everyone is invited and admission is free. Food concessions, the sale of "Think Pink" shirts and a free-will offering will raise money to help the fight against cancer. Foxcroft students, administrators, and friends will be ready to welcome competitors and spectators.
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As the single largest donation yet made to our organization, a very generous friend of Cherry Blossom has given us $50,000 to further our local work. The funds will quickly be awarded to provide better access to mammography for local women. This is the second large donation made by this donor to the Cherry Blossom Breast Cancer Foundation for its local effort to detect, treat, educate, and eliminate breast cancer.
A capable and compassionate Leesburg breast surgeon, a generous and talented Reston CEO/Middleburg citizen, and a dynamic Loudoun women's organization have been selected as 2013 Cherry Blossom Champions.
Recognizing their significant contributions to the detection of breast cancer, the treatment of breast cancer, the education of women on the need for early and regular screenings, and/or the elimination of the disease, the cherry Blossom Breast Cancer Foundation has named
Dr. Shannon Lehr, Mr. Michael Howland, and the non-profit, 100WOMENSTRONG as Cherry Blossom Champions.
The awards will be presented this coming March 8 in Middleburg at the third annual cherry Blossom Champion Award Dinner. For information, email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Cherry Blossom Breast Cancer Foundation, a non-profit 501(C)3 organiztion now in its seventh year, will soon have awarded almost $600,000 to local organizations that help local women prevent and fight breast cancer.
Many of you know that for several yearsour Foundation has funded the breast care navigator at Lake Manassas Cancer Center and that we selected her as a 2012 Cherry Blossom Champion. The Cancer Center is a partnership between Fauquier Hospital and Novant Health which has Prince William Hospital in Manassas and the new Haymarket Hospital.
Novant Health has just informed the Cherry Blossom Breast Cancer Foundation that it has designated our Foundation as the beneficiary of up to $25,000 if Novant wins one of the prizes in the nation-wide Pink Glove Dance competition.
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