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Join The Academy For Cancer Wellness To Celebrate 20 Years Of Helping

Join the Academy for Cancer Wellness to Celebrate 20 years of Helping - 10/12/2015

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Silent Auction, Entertainment, Food Set for Pastiche on October 18.

(Tucson, AZ)-Join the Academy for Cancer Wellness to celebrate 20 years of helping “all those who have been touched by cancer.”  20 Years of ACW will feature music, food and a silent auction on Sunday, October 18 from 2:30 to 5:00 p.m. at Pastiche Food and Drink, 3025 N. Campbell in Tucson.

The silent auction will include paintings, photographs, glass art, pottery, prints, homemade knit and crochet products, cork art, artist tiles and jewelry by local artists. There will also be a drawing for the UA-themed quilt donated by Linda Moss. See the quilt here:

http://cancerhealth.org/Event/acw-20th-anniversary

Food will be donated by Cakes for Causes, Pastiche Food and Drink, Got 2B Gluten Free and Seven Cups Teahouse. Beverages may be purchased.

Entertainment will be provided by the Pete Swan Trio (Pete Swan, Susan Artemis and Matt Mitchell) and by solo harpists from the Fred Fox School of Music at the University of Arizona led by Dr. Carrol McLaughlin, music professor and head of the harp department since 1982.

Tickets are $10.00 per person, available by calling 520-722-4581.

Proceeds from 20 Years of ACW will benefit the Fund for Champions which offers modest financial support for the working poor and under-insured cancer patients. The ACW has now been able to expand its services to help people who are treated for multiple types of cancer in multiple treatment facilities. The monetary value of the grants has increased and the organization’s reach has grown from predominantly Tucson to patients from all over Southern Arizona who have traveled to Tucson for treatment.

About the Academy for Cancer Wellness

The Academy for Cancer Wellness, Inc. is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization established in 1995 by Alice F. Chang, along with John J. Welker and his wife, the late Gertrud Welker. The Academy’s mission is to spread awareness of the many people who have faced the challenge of cancer and emerged triumphant; to provide a means for cancer champions to rally amongst themselves for mutual strength and support; to provide funding for research toward the promotion of cancer wellness; and to provide modest financial support for the working poor and under-insured cancer patients.

Contact: Alice Chang, PhD

520-722-4581 or visit www.cancerhealth.org.