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North Shore Cancer WALK Participant is Flocking for a Cure

A dozen plastic pink flamingos are making their way onto selected front lawns across the city, accompanied by a sign saying, “You got flocked.”

Flamingo Flocking is a national movement created to raise money to fight for breast cancer. Peabody resident Liz Mover is using it as a fun way to […]

Andover Residents Cast in Voices of Hope Production of “Titanic”

Seven residents of Andover will be performing at the North Shore Music Theater in a production of TITANIC, a musical.

Bob Hanscom, Scott Helmers, Susan Lynehan, Renee Manning, Suzanne Neuman, Ronnie Ventura, and Heidi Knepper, all of Andover, have been cast in the Voices of Hope production.

To celebrate Voices of Hope’s […]

Arlington Residents Cast in Voices of Hope Production of “Titanic”

Arlington residents Patti Beckman, Anne Louise Breslin and Susan Rubin have been cast in the Voices of Hope production of “Titanic.”

Beckman will play stewardess/nurse Annie Robinson. Breslin will play second class stewardess K. Elizabeth Smith. Rubin will play stewardess/nurse Violet Jessop.

To celebrate Voices of Hope’s 10th anniversary season, the musical […]

Stoneham Couple Lead Voices of Hope Production of “Titanic”

The husband and wife team of Ed and Dana Siegal, of Stoneham, will lead the Voices of Hope production of “Titanic.”

Dana will serve as artistic director of the production while Ed will play Captain EJ Smith.

Several area residents have been cast in the show: Nicole Beauregard, Patti Beckman, Anna Silva […]

Fuddruckers Owner Has A Reason to Ride

Jim Boland of Fuddruckers tells reporter Ethan Forman Why He Has A Reason to Ride for Cancer Research

(Story appeared on front page of Gloucester Daily Times and the Salem News)

DANVERS — When cyclists finish their rides on Sunday in the A Reason to Ride bike-a-thon for cancer […]

A Reason to Ride Cancer Survivor Story in Dorchester Reporter

Cancer survivor rides to help Beth Israel-Deaconess team

Dorchester native Bob Harland’s involvement in A Reason to Ride, taking place on Sunday, September 9 in Danvers, is personal. The 62 year-old is a bladder cancer survivor who credits the doctors and nurses at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) with […]

Terrie’s Angels Making Strides Against Breast Cancer

Bill Brotherton of the Daily Item Talks to Terrie Stulz About Her Involvement with the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer

LYNN — Theresa Stultz was 55 years old when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. It turned her life upside down. Yet, as a breast cancer survivor, the […]

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