Kate Odean benefit to be held April 28


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Posted Online: April 17, 2013, 11:03 am
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Press release submitted by Deanna Glossop


In January 2013, Kate was diagnosed with two types of breast cancer. She has a diagnosis of infiltrating ductal carcinoma and infiltrating mammary carcinoma. She had a double mastectomy the end of January. She will have a total of 4 rounds of chemotherapy.Proceeds of this benefit will go to offset medical costs and bills.

Please join us in the fight to keep Kate strong!

SUNDAY, April 28, 2013
St. Mark Lutheran Evangelical Church
1 – 5 p.m.
2363 West 3rd Street, Davenport, IA 52802

$5.00 donation includes soup / chili dinner, drink & dessert
(kids 10 and under – free)

*Silent auction with many nice items * 50/50 raffle *

Contact Information:
Tess (Odean) Williams l 563-543-2921 l williamst@nicc.edu
Mandy (Odean) Fugate l 563-332-7051 l bfugate@mchsi.com

Donations can be made at any US Bank location

















 



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