Angie Mack Reilly went in for her first ever mammogram at the age of 42. It was then that she learned that she had breast cancer. Angie underwent a bilateral mastectomy shortly after.
“If there is any message that I can convey on the subject, it would be that the PTSD, financial devastation and grief over losing a huge part of oneself is very real during the aftermath. I still struggle and have not been able to find adequate help during these past 6 years. The emotional pain does not go away once the cancer is gone. Self care is vital.” –Angie
Ozaukee Talent will be offering free music lessons as part of the part of the popular Spin to Win wheel game during the event at the Pfister Hotel.
“ABCD is commemorating 20 years of providing emotional support at Date with a Plate 2019! Sponsor a table and be a part of this spectacular evening! Your support will ensure that those affected by breast cancer are able to connect with someone who’s walked a similar path. That’s what it’s all about, one-to-one mentoring, and you help make it happen.
This year’s event won’t be your typical fundraiser. We’re turning up the volume and throwing a good, old-fashioned party. Find the person with the longest arm and use them to buy your raffle tickets. Take your chance on Spin to Win and see where the needle lands. Outbid your mother-in-law on live auction item #4, and we’ll watch the fireworks. Raise your paddle till you can’t any more and celebrate ABCD’s 20th Anniversary.
Would you like to sponsor a table? Contact Julie Frinzi at 414-410-3211 or firstname.lastname@example.org