It's hard to know what to do when someone you care about develops a serious illness. But you can help a loved one through a difficult time, such as breast cancer. Hilary Newsom and Karl Hasz shared their personal stories with us and are urging viewers to take part in a breast cancer fundraiser taking place in Lake Tahoe.
The First Annual "Moms Kicking Butt Ski Day"
Saturday, April 12th
Partnership with PlumpJack and Alpine Meadows (JMA Ventures) to fight breast cancer
Info: (800) 323-ROOM
For more information, visit: www.haszconstruction.com/moms
The first annual Moms Kicking Butt Ski Day is reaching out for your support in helping to fund the fight against breast cancer. Please join us Saturday, April 12, 2008 for a day of burning turns on the slopes of Alpine Meadows, and an evening at PlumpJack Squaw Valley Inn for the breaking ofbread in support of all the fabulous ladies in our lives.
Please demonstrate your support by participating in the 1st Annual Moms Kicking Butt Ski Day being held at Alpine Meadows and PlumpJack Squaw VaHey Inn, Lake Tahoe. You will be helping the moms, daughters, sisters and wives ofnorthern California. Proceeds benifit NCCC
As the Bay Area's leading independent, population-based research organization, the Northern California Cancer Center is dedicated to its mission of preventing cancer and improving the quality of life for those living with cancer. The NCCC scientists are at the forefront ofresearch into the causes and prevention of cancer, which provides helpful information to local cancer patients, their families and health care professionals, and their findings are shared with academic institutions across the country. If you, your family or friends have been touched by cancer, you understand the urgency to put more and better resources toward preventing this disease. Contact Brooke Heckaman at Hasz Construction at 415.546.7000 or Sandi Farrell at the NCCC at 510.608.5003 if you have any questions.