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Little Black Dress Event Benefits Mercy Pink Ribbon Fund
MERCY PINK RIBBON FUND
BENEFITS FROM LITTLE BLACK DRESS EVENT
Port Huron, MI…The Seventh Annual Betty Kearns Little Black Dress event, held April 19, 2013, was standing room only and a terrific success in raising breast cancer awareness. St. Joseph Mercy Port Huron is pleased to accept a gift of $12,500 from the event to benefit the Mercy Pink Ribbon Fund, which supports women who need advanced breast cancer diagnoses but do not have the resources to pay for their care.
After presenting the 2013 contribution to St. Joseph Mercy Port Huron, pictured are (left to right), Debbie Bonacci Reynolds, Port Huron, granddaughter of Betty Kearns; Marilyn Moss, Marysville, Vice President, Mercy Auxiliary Volunteer Organization (MAVO); Rebekah Smith, RN, President and CEO of St. Joseph Mercy Port Huron; Carolyn Bonacci, Port Huron, daughter of Betty Kearns; and Cecilia Kearns, Port Huron, daughter-in-law of Betty Kearns.
St. Joseph Mercy Port Huron is proud to be a recipient of this important community event designed to raise breast cancer awareness.
For more information regarding the Mercy Regional Cancer Center and breast cancer services, visit St. Joseph Mercy online at: mymercy.us; or call toll-free: 1-888-MERCYME. You’re also invited to check St. Joseph Mercy Port Huron out on facebook, and follow us on twitter.