The Brewer Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie and the Brewer Ladies' Auxiliary presented checks totaling $3,169 to the Maine Breast Cancer Coalition Support Service Fund. They also announced that the Support Service Fund will receive an additional donation of $5,240 through the statewide Eagles organization, making a total donation of $8,409! This extraordinarily generous contribution will go a long way in helping Maine residents in need of breast cancer or breast health related assistance.
The Brewer Maine Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie and Ladies Auxiliary, along with the State Eagles organization, have been a major source of funding for the Maine Breast Cancer Coalition for many years. We deeply appreciate their hard work in fundraising throughout the year, and their hospitality on this wonderful evening!
Top photo, left to right:
Larry Dawson, Secretary of the Brewer Fraternal Order of Eagles and the Eagles State organization; Ro LeGasse, MBCC Support Service Fund program assistant
Bottom photo, left to right: Brenda Thurston, past President of the Brewer Fraternal Order of Eagles Ladies Auxiliary; Steven Johnson, Vice President of the Brewer Aerie; Christine Haiss, MBCC Board of Directors and Support Service Fund Committee member
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The Medomak Valley High School Athletic Department, in conjunction with the Medomak Valley All Sports Boosters, held their Third Annual “Paws for the Cause” basketball game to benefit the Maine Breast Cancer Coalition on January 17, 2020 at Medomak Valley High School, when the Medomak Valley Panthers played host to the Oceanside Mariners.
The Medomak Valley High School Athletic Department, in conjunction with the Medomak Valley All Sports Boosters is proud to announce the Third Annual “Paws for the Cause” basketball game to benefit the Maine Breast Cancer Coalition. The event will be held on January 17, 2020, at Medomak Valley High School, when the Medomak Valley Panthers play host to the Oceanside Mariners.
The game is sure to once again this year, be a “full house,” as back-to-back games featuring the varsity girls at 5:30 p.m. followed by the varsity boys at 7 p.m. attempt to “Pink Out” the Medomak Valley High School gymnasium.
For these special games, both of the Medomak Valley teams will be wearing unique, pink uniforms. Additionally, commemorative T-shirts will be available for students and fans of both schools to purchase leading up to the game, and on the evening of the games as well. Read more.
Last week, Rosemarie (Ro) LeGasse, the Maine Breast Cancer Coalition's dedicated Support Service Fund program assistant, and Ro's uncle, Gene Moreau, had the pleasure of meeting long-term donor Darlene Gleba in Rockland.
Every year since 2011, Darlene and her husband John have been major donors to the Support Service Fund through fundraising at their annual Gleba Open golf tournaments. Click here to read about the 2019 tournament.
All of us at Maine Breast Cancer Coalition are so appreciative of the Gleba's generosity!
Photo: Rosemarie LeGasse (left), Darlene Gleba (right), and Gene Moreau