Girl’s Night Out to benefit Core Compassion Project will be held on September 18th, 6:00pm-9:00pm.
Monroe, NC (PRWEB) September 04, 2014
Core Compassion Project is a non-profit organization dedicated to offering Pilates scholarships to cancer patients to attend a specialized program to reduce the side effects of cancer treatments and recover their mobility, strength, and range of motion following breast cancer surgery. Your support of this event will go towards the scholarship of a local cancer survivor in the community and will allow them to have private sessions at partnering Pilates and fitness studios. Core Studio Pilates and Yoga of Monroe, who was recently featured in Shape and Pilates Style magazines, provided three scholarship recipients a series of sessions from 2013-2104.
Girl’s Night Out to benefit Core Compassion Project will be held on September 18th, 6:00pm-9:00pm at the beautiful Morning Glory Farm, 6205 Kate Road in Monroe, North Carolina. The event food will be provided by Kate Clyde's Catered Creations and music provided by Jimmy Huntley of Bass/FX. Donations for raffle prizes and game winners have been secured from generous, local Union County businesses. Cancer survivors will be in attendance and celebrated with a special designation.
Those interested in coming to this event should RSVP by purchasing a ticket in advance. Participants pay $30 via cash, check or with credit card or Paypal at http://www.shop.corecompassionproject.org . Non online payments can be mailed or delivered to Core Studio Pilates & Yoga - PO Box 512 Monroe, NC 28111 or call 704-288-3898 for more information. Your $30 includes: full dinner buffet with dessert and beverages, entry for “best dressed,” 1 adult beverage and 1 raffle ticket. If you cannot attend this wonderful event but would like to make a donation in any amount, you can do that online (http://www.shop.corecompassionproject.org ) or mail check to Core Studio Pilates & Yoga with Core Compassion Project as the payee.
To learn more about the organization, contact:
Heather Bostic – Board Vice President