Blue Hydrangea Tea Party

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The Blue Hydrangea Tea Party is an event where communities across the nation come together to raise money and awareness for Ovarian Cancer while celebrating the courage of the survivors and their families and remembering those who never gave up the fight.

Standing “Ovations” Ovarian Cancer Foundation of Middle Tennessee is a non-profit organization joining the fight for Ovarian Cancer awareness and other gynecological type cancers.  The primary focus of Standing “O” is to educate the general public of what is called the “Silent Killer”, help financially to those affected by cancer and to be a support group for not only those suffering from ovarian cancer but to their families as well.

September is recognized as National Ovarian Cancer Month  so this year Standing “O” will host their 4th Annual Blue Hydrangea Tea Party on September 14th at the Stones River Country Club , in Murfreesboro, beginning at 10:00 A.M.   Guest Speakers this year are Dr. Brad Burns, Internal and Family Medicine of Murfreesboro Medical Clinic, Dr. Rick Longie of Longie Family Chiropractic and Krista Dugosh, owner of Fleet Feet.  Boutique shopping will be available from 10-10:30 and there will be an award for the “Best Derby Hat”. There’s no cost to attend, but donations are appreciated. 

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Seating is limited so please RSVP by September 11th.

Date: September 14th, 2013

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Time: 10:00 AM

Location: Stones River Country Club

1830 Northwest Broad Street, Murfreesboro, TN

How to Donate:

Donations may be made to Standing “Ovations” Ovarian Cancer Foundation and mailed % of Sandy Nichols, 2464 Janell Trail, Murfreesboro, TN 37128.

Who to Contact:

To RSVP, ask questions or to make a donation you may contact Donna Craig at craigstax.donna@comcast.net or Sandy Nichols at sknichols4@hotmail.com  or you may Facebook Standing Ovations. 

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