Stop by and say hello, we'd love to see you.
Both the Cornell Men’s Lacrosse and the Cornell Women’s Lacrosse teams will be sporting PINK on Saturday in Schoellkopf. The Men play BROWN at noon and the Women play YALE at 3pm. The women’s players will be selling t-shirts at the tailgate parties in the Crescent parking lot prior to the men’s game and also in the stands during the first half of the men’s game. As in the past two years, they plan to donate proceeds from the t-shirt sales to the Cancer Resource Center of the Finger Lakes.
Check out the promotional video for the event!
We're a little bit country and a little bit rock and roll (and disco and punk and Motown). Come hear 70s songs you love from bands and friends you love, or soon will! The Purple Valley, The Tarps, El Caminos, Golden Fang, and The Resonations perform along with talented special guests. In this 70s style variety show, you'll also watch ballet and disco dancers, the SufferJets, the Chess Kids, and a very short and funny film. You might even have the opportunity to cameo in the show yourself! This is a true community effort-- part show, part party for the Cancer Resource Center of the Fingerlakes. Wonderful local businesses supported us so that your donation goes straight to CRC.
General admission. Tickets are Pay-As-You-Can and are available at the Cancer Resource Center and Ithaca Guitar Works or contact us on Facebook. Suggested donations are $25 - hit single, $35 - solid gold, $50-platinum...remember that ALL of the proceeds will be donated to the Cancer Resource Center of the Finger Lakes! That all being said.....we WANT YOU at the show so don't let money be a reason not to go.
While you're there, buy some tickets for an Ithaca Modern Quilt Guild raffle: 1 ticket for $1/ 6 tickets for $5/15 tickets for $10. Includes wonderful raffle prizes: A psychedelic Easter basket from Life's So Sweet, a beautiful bag from One World Market, A painted planter from One World Market, a cookbook from Moosewood, and a handmade batik bag from Barb Jastran.
Bring your friends, put on your bell bottoms, and come celebrate the Cancer Resource Center in 70's style!
Bob Riter and Gina Smithson-Compton were guests on WVBR's Talk of the Town, hosted by Juliana Garcia. Click to hear the podcast of the interview. They highlight both the upcoming "70s Show" and
the work of the Cancer Resource Center.
Our 3rd Annual Men's Adventure Day will take us to watch the Syracuse Chiefs play the Columbus Clippers. It will take place on Sunday afternoon, May 18. Join us and become friends with other men from our area who have had cancer. Thanks to a generous donation from CFCU, the cost to participate is just $10. Game tickets, food, and transportation are provided. We'll have a luxury suite which provides shade from the sun as well as access to private bathrooms.
To register or ask questions, contact Bob Riter at email@example.com or 277-0960.
Announces the donation of 50 copies of the book to Cayuga Medical Center to share with its patients. Click to hear the interview
These monthly meetings are a collaboration between the
Cancer Resource Center and doctoral students involved in cancer research at Cornell. Research topics are presented in lay language and discussion is encouraged.
Light refreshments are provided. If you'd like a ride from CRC to Cornell,
call Bob at 277-0960. For more info & to see the slides from earlier presentations,
visit this page on our website.
Click here to download a GOLF OPEN registration form
who also volunteer at Cayuga Medical Center were recognized last night at CMC. Many of our volunteers provide support to cancer patients when they are receiving treatment at hospital. They make our community better.
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