20th Annual PLAY for P.I.N.K. Gift & Luncheon Event

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This is the 20th year of this wonderful event to benefit the Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF). We welcome you to come play in our golf tournament in the morning and stay for the luncheon or come just for the luncheon. Anyway you join us it is an inspiring day to raise funds for such an important foundation whose research has grown to benefit additional cancer types in addition to breast cancer. To learn more about BCRF click here. To learn more about Play for P.I.N.K. visit www.playforpink.org
 
The luncheon includes a chance and silent auction. We graciously welcome donations from local and community business. If you are interested in participating, contact Beth Hornstein at citara7@aol.com.  
 
We look forward to seeing you on July 15.
 
2020 Committee
Co-chairs: Beth Hornstein & Marcy Lechner
Members: Soraya Chafetz, Amy Lebwohl, Pamela Rediker, Cynthia Root, Fredda Stein, and Wendy Van Besien
Contact Information
  1. Beth Hornstein & Marcy Lechner
  2. 908-230-9810
  3. citara7@aol.com
Wed, July 15
7:15 am — 3:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 07/15/2020 7:15am 07/15/2020 3:00pm America/New_York 20th Annual PLAY for P.I.N.K. Gift & Luncheon Event

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This is the 20th year of this wonderful event to benefit the Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF). We welcome you to come play in our golf tournament in the morning and stay for the luncheon or come just for the luncheon. Anyway you join us it is an inspiring day to raise funds for such an important foundation whose research has grown to benefit additional cancer ...

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Dear Editor:

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