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  • "Treasure Your Chest" is the 2017 Breast Cancer Awareness Luncheon theme

    Melissa Thomas and her band of pirates open the annual luncheon to benefit Columbus Regional Health, including the John B. Amos Cancer Center and the Breast Care Center. In 15 years, the event has raised about $500,000 for local patient care and support

"Treasure Your Chest" is the 2017 Breast Cancer Awareness Luncheon theme

Melissa Thomas and her band of pirates open the annual luncheon to benefit Columbus Regional Health, including the John B. Amos Cancer Center and the Breast Care Center. In 15 years, the event has raised about $500,000 for local patient care and support
Robin Trimarchi The Ledger-Enquirer