'Night of Music' Supports Fight Against Pancreatic Cancer

A Night of Music is a wonderful event of talented entertainment for people to enjoy while helping those who are fighting Pancreatic Cancer and to hopefully find a cure.


Night of Music Supports Fight Against Pancreatic Cancer

Early detection for pancreatic cancer is difficult and this disease quickly takes the lives of so many. The tragedy left in its wake is not unfamiliar to me -- two of my family members lost their husbands to this horrible disease.

They decided to turn their loss into action. Partnering with Saint Vincent's Medical Center to raise awareness and money to research and develop early detection tests, they choose to help others fighting this disease and work toward the ultimate goal of finding a cure.

I admire my cousins Charlene and Suzanne for their strength and determination. Together these two brave women put together A Night of Music.  It’s a wonderful event of talented entertainment for people to enjoy while helping those who are fighting this deadly disease and to hopefully find a cure.

I hope you'll join me in supporting this very worthy cause! Here’s the details:

To Benefit the Lebo-DeSantie Center for Liver & Pancreatic Disease at St. Vincent's Medical Center

A Night of Music
Saturday, November 12, 2011
6 p.m. -- Refreshments, Cash Bar & Silent Auction
6:15 p.m. -- Music from The Christopher Robin Band, Jesse Terry, Still Got The Blues, To The Max and The Doug Wahlberg Band with Emcee Brian Smith and Sound by Thunder and Lighting

A limited number of $25 Tickets available for a Dessert and Coffee Meet & Greet with special guests immediately following the show. To purchase call the box office at 203.227.4177 or buy tickets online.  



Rep. Brenda Kupchick


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