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Pink Lemonade Project hosts sold out Pink Glow gala

The Columbian
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COWLITZ INDIAN RESERVATION — Pink Lemonade Project recently resumed its annual Pink Glow Gala on May 6, at ilani. The event was presented by ilani, Cowlitz Indian Tribe and Natrelle.

Pink Glow is the premier fundraising event for Pink Lemonade Project. It is designed to bring together leaders and people impacted by breast cancer to educate, empower and support the broader breast cancer community.

Today, one in seven women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in the Pacific Northwest. And 1 percent of men will be diagnosed. It is a leading cause of death and significant health disparity for women.

The event was hosted by emcee Janine Wolf, retired K103 personality and included a raffle, live auction, dinner and drinks, a dessert dash, plus dancing and live music by Hit Machine. The program featured the State of Breast Cancer—Growth & People Served, as well as “A Glimpse in the Life,” with breast cancer patient stories.

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