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Survivor Photo Exhibit to Visit Geisinger Medical Center This October

Posted By on October 11th, 2013 at 8:37 am | 1338 comments.

Exhibit Speakers PhillyThe PBCC will celebrate life, courage, hope and dignity of Pennsylvania breast cancer survivors beginning October 24th at Geisinger Medical Center in Danville, Montour County. 67 Women, 67 Counties: Facing Breast Cancer in Pennsylvania features photos and messages of strength from women across Pennsyvania who have battled this disease. We would love to see you there!

Join the PBCC, Geisinger Health System and the PA Department of Health for a special kick-off opening reception for the exhibit Thursday, October 24th at 5:30 p.m in Geisinger Medical Center’s Henry Hood Center for Health Research.  To RSVP for this event, call 800-377-8828, ext. 3050 or email Kristen Snoke, Community Outreach Director at Kristen@PABreastCancer.org. Following the reception, the photo exhibit will move to Geisinger’s Hospital for Advanced Medicine.

For complete details on Geisinger’s photo exhibit kick-off event, click here.

 

 

Tomorrow Night! Join us for the PBCC’s Ribbon Cutting and Open House!

Posted By on September 16th, 2013 at 8:57 am | 252 comments.

Staff Photo for Open House2013 has been a year of new beginnings for the PA Breast Cancer Coalition.  Not only are we celebrating our 20th Anniversary, the PBCC has also moved to a new headquarters in Lebanon!  We welcome anyone interested in meeting our staff to our ribbon cutting ceremony and open house tomorrow night.  Will we see you there?
Open House will be held Tuesday, September 17th from 5-8pm in the PBCC’s statewide headquarters at 2397 Quentin Road, Suite B in Lebanon, PA.  The event will begin with an official Ribbon Cutting event by the Lebanon Chamber of Commerce.  A reception will follow featuring light refreshments.  The event is free and open to the public.  To RSVP, please call 800-377-8828 or email Alyssa@PABreastCancer.org.  We hope to see you tomorrow!

PBCC Survivor Photo Exhibit to Visit Philadelphia

Posted By on September 16th, 2013 at 8:57 am | 303 comments.

Exhibit panels for PLThe PBCC is Philadelphia bound! Our survivor photo exhibit, 67 Women, 67 Counties: Facing Breast Cancer in Pennsylvania will kick-off Breast Cancer Awareness Month with an opening reception September 26 at the SEPTA Market East Regional Rail Station. We would love to see you there…

Join the PBCC, SEPTA, the PA Department of Health and the Family Planning Council as we celebrate the life, courage, hope and dignity of breast cancer survivors.  To RSVP for this event, call 800-377-8828, ext. 3040 or email Kristen Snoke, Community Outreach Director at Kristen@PABreastCancer.org

For complete details on the SEPTA survivor photo exhibit kick-off event, click here.

You’re Invited…

Posted By on August 15th, 2013 at 8:19 am | 748 comments.

Staff Photo for Open House…to the PA Breast Cancer Coalition’s Open House on Tuesday, September 17th from 5pm to 7pm. We welcome anyone interested in learning more about the PBCC to stop by, meet our staff and take a look at our new home in Lebanon. We hope to see you next month!

Our new address is:

2397 Quentin Road

Suite B

Lebanon, PA 17042

 
Light refreshments will be served.  If you’d like to attend or you would like more information on our Open House event, please email Alyssa@PABreastCancer.org or call 800-377-8828.

Summer Derby Series Finishes Strong

Posted By on August 2nd, 2013 at 10:08 am | 108 comments.

Jody RoofThe sixth annual Take a Swing Against Breast Cancer® home run derby series made its final stop of the summer in Erie on Tuesday. We couldn’t have done any of  it without our sponsors and 195 volunteers. The 57 teams and 13 individual batters gave us a lot to cheer about throughout the summer. The derby saw twenty-four balls knocked out of the park! John Furlong amassed the most amount of home runs with an incredible 5 out-of-the-park hits! Congrats to our overall champions, hailing from the York Home Run Derby, Bombs With Burt!

Here’s a look at the top ten teams statewide:

Bombs With Burt – 2,350232323232-fp53733-nu=3235-656-269-WSNRCG=36325334-3327nu0mrj

PeoplesBank 4 – 2,335

Mark & John Furlong – 2,175

PeoplesBank 3 – 1,875

Neuman’s Crew 2 – 1,810

PeoplesBank 2 – 1,725

Team Sporange – 1,590

Guns of Roses – 1,575

Tesco Tools 1 – 1,535232323232-fp53739-nu=3235-656-269-WSNRCG=3632533479327nu0mrj

Tesco Tools 2 – 1,525

RKL Team 2 – 1,525

Top Five Individuals Statewide:

John Furlong – 675

Blair Beer – 625

John Furlong – 535

Greg Gunter –  410

Jeff Ebersole – 375

We can’t thank everyone enough for your support! YOU helped raise awareness and funds all over the state of Pennsylvania. YOU are helping to find a cure now…so our daughters won’t have to!

Final 2013 Derby Closes With a Bang

Posted By on August 1st, 2013 at 9:46 am | 118 comments.

DSC07989The 6th annual Take A Swing Against Breast Cancer home run derby series saw its last action of the summer as teams took the field at Jerry Uht Park in Erie on Tuesday. In all, ten teams and two batters came out to support the PBCC. Neuman’s Crew, led by Representative Brandon Neuman and his two home runs, earned the top spot.

 

Here’s a look at the other participants:

Neuman’s Crew 2 – 1810

Tesco Tools 1 – 1535

Tesco Tools 2 – 1525

Neuman’s Crew 1 – 1325

GoErie.com – 1160

List Family Warriors – 1070

Marquette Savings Bank Team 2 – 960

Erie Times-News – 950

Marquette Savings Bank Team 1 – 765

Pretty In Pink – 550

Individual Batters:

Blair Beer – 625

Jeff Ebersole – 375

Congratulations to home run hitters Brandon Neuman (2), Joe Oliphant (2), and Blair Beer (1). Thank you to all volunteers and batters who helped make the sixth annual installment of the Home Run Derby series such a success! We truly couldn’t do it without you!

Clipper Magazine Stadium Turns Pink as Teams Take a Swing Against Breast Cancer

Posted By on July 23rd, 2013 at 8:43 am | 1735 comments.

Guns of Roses without BoasThe latest installment of the Home Run Derby series saw a lot of action this past Saturday in Lancaster. Fourteen teams and four individual batters came out to Clipper Magazine Stadium to Take a Swing Against Breast Cancer®. In the end, Guns of Roses, a team of City police officers, beat out UTI to take home the pink bats. Guns of Roses was also the day’s highest fundraising team.

Here’s how other teams did:

Guns of Roses – 1,575

UTI Performance – 1,370

UTI Power – 1,305

Furlong Boys – 1,280

Susquehanna Bank 1 – 1,145

Susquehanna Bank 2 – 1,070

Wells Fargo 2 – 920

UPMC – 890

Ameriprise Financial – 835

PSU Hershey Medical Center 1 – 810

Dart Container 2 – 785

Dart Container 1 – 775

Wells Fargo 1 – 760

PSU Hershey Medical Center 2 – 260

Individual Batters:

Corey Deyo – 345

Josh Blantz – 345

Dan Virgil – 335

Kelly Krasley – 240

You can check out all of the pictures from the day here. Don’t forget to stay up-to-date on everything PBCC by following us on Twitter and Facebook. Thank you to all of the batters, volunteers, and stadium staff who made the event run so smoothly. We couldn’t do it without you!

The derby series wraps up in Erie on Tuesday, July 30th.

Shelton VolunteersUTI Teams

Team With Fitting Name Takes York Derby Title

Posted By on July 22nd, 2013 at 3:45 pm | 1265 comments.

DSC07877Bombs with Burt certainly proved they were capable of brandishing such a team name. They were able to nail four homers on Friday, helping to push them to the top spot in the York derby. Kevin Tracey hit the first home run for his team. The other three came from Jody Roof. In total, Sovereign Bank Stadium saw eight home runs hit during the day!

Here are the full results from the day:

Bombs with Burt – 2,350

PeoplesBank 4 – 2,335

PeoplesBank 3 – 1,875

PeoplesBank 2 – 1,725

RKL Team 2 – 1,525

Johnson Controls – 1,460

PeoplesBank 1 – 1,450

Team Hard Body – 1,425

RKL Team 1 – 1,060

UPMC – 830

FOX43 – 805

Individual Batter:

John Furlong – 675 & 535

You can check out all of the pictures from the day here.Don’t forget to stay up-to-date on everything PBCC by following us on Twitter and Facebook. Thank you to all of the batters, volunteers and stadium staff who made the event run so smoothly. We couldn’t do it without you!

We hope to see you in Erie, at our last derby of the summer!