Cedar Rapids-St. Luke's Hospital is planning several events to raise breast cancer awareness among Eastern Iowans. Starting October 1, St. Luke's Helen G. Nassif Pavilion is going pink. The lights that illuminate the pavilion at night will be pink during Breast Cancer awareness month, which is October.
In addition, St. Luke's is once again teaming up with the Cedar Rapid RoughRiders to help raise awareness of breast cancer. Purchase tickets to the Saturday, October 25, RoughRiders game and all proceeds benefit St. Luke's Spirit Fund, which provides financial assistance for men and women diagnosed with cancer.
Saturday, October 25
Cedar Rapids Ice Arena
7:05 RoughRiders game begins
Purchase tickets at the RoughRiders ticket office or by calling 319/261-4625.
This year's event is proudly sponsored by ITC Midwest.
St. Luke's Circle of Women has also planned a special event aimed at raising breast cancer awareness. It's called Fourteen Great Reasons to Wear Pink. Attendees will learn about and celebrate successes and advancements in breast cancer care, as well as hurdles yet to be conquered.
In addition, health experts will share the basics about the disease and crucial steps individuals can take to help protect themselves.
Refreshments will be served, and attendees wearing pink will win a prize!
Fourteen Great Reasons to Wear Pink!
Tuesday, October 21
7:00 - 8:15 p.m.
St. Luke's Hospital 3rd Floor Nassif Heart Center
Call 319/369-7395 or visit stlukescr.org to register for this free event
Click on Quick Links and select Circle of Women