Boat Captain’s Docktail Party
The fishing community came together with Pink Tie Friends on November 13 at Pirates Cove Marina and Resort to help raise funds for local breast cancer patients.
Pink Tie Friends would like to thank the boat captains, sponsors, live and silent auction donors and the wonderful supporters who enjoyed the music, food, and entertainment at the event, which was chaired by Director Cindy Allen. And a special hat tip to the Air Show pilots who surprised everyone by dropping in and being big donors to the fundraiser.
Pink Tie showcase
Pink Tie Friends, Inc. held its fifth Pink Tie showcase on October 3, 2009 at the Lyric Theatre in downtown Stuart.
The event was co-chaired by Debbie Hollister and Nancy Sailer, and the event’s committee members were: Betty Saunder, Daniella Adams, Pat Greaves, Connie Karol, Caron Kelly and Tish Sailer.
This year’s showcase raised a net revenue of more than $40,000. Our generous sponsors were: Biking For Breast Cancer, James Vopal, MD, The Stuart News, Nations Health, Hollister Insurance, John Fasano, MD, Jewelry Design Studio, inVision Brand Partners, Radiology Center of the Treasure Coast, Big Five Tours, City of Stuart CRA, Classic Cleaners, Florida Power & Light, Hill, Barth & King, LLC, Just Gold Jewelers, Lifestyle Realty Group, Martin Memorial Health Systems, Dr. Rosenberg, Vistana’s Beach Club and Water Pointe Realty Group. And Bob Dobens of Dobens Photo Fantasies was the event’s photographer.
Pink Tie Friends’ Luncheon
On August 15, nearly 250 people attended the third annual Luncheon, which was held at the Port St. Lucie Civic Center. The event raised $19,000 to help the organization fulfill its mission of assisting newly diagnosed breast cancer patients in Martin, St. Lucie and Indian River Counties who are either uninsured or under insured.
Pink Tie Friends, Inc. also unveiled the men and women of its 2010 Light of Hope Calendar.
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Family Day With the Mets
On April 18, Pink Tie Friends, Inc. teamed up with the St. Lucie Mets at Tradition Field for an afternoon of hair cuts, live music, food and games. Over 300 people attended the event, which was organized by Cuts for Cancer, a volunteer organization dedicated to making mammograms available for all St. Lucie County residents.
The event was sponsored by Victoria Ashley Salons, Diagnostic Radiology Center of the Treasure Coast, Inc., Coastal Cyberknife & Radiation Oncology, Surgical Specialist of the Treasure Coast, and P.A. Advanced Breast Care.