Real support for those TaTa’s!

Real support for those TaTa’s!
February 16, 2015 Kelly Logue
Last Thursday night at Sportsman’s Warehouse, the Breast Cancer Detection Center held a ladies night to benefit their cause!
This event included games, refreshments, seminars, and the first 100 ladies got free gift bags!  Later that evening they held a silent auction that helped the BCDC continue to deliver their breast cancer screening services to Alaskans.
Breast Cancer Center benefit at Sportsman's Warehouse

Breast Cancer Center benefit at Sportsman’s Warehouse

Pipeline era ¬†gaps in health services for local women demonstrated needs the center was formed to fulfill, according to the non-profit’s mission history.

“During the height of the oil pipeline construction, mammograms were very difficult for women to obtain. A small group of area women organized to solve the problem. Through their efforts, the Breast Cancer Detection Center opened in 1976 to provide mammograms to Interior Alaskan women.”
No news yet on how much money had been raised but by the look of the turnout it seemed like they weren’t going to have to worry about raising support and spreading awareness of the center’s work.


Kelly Logue
I am 22-years-old and a Broadcast Journalism major with a minor in Justice. I am also on the women's basketball team for UAF and will be graduating spring 2015.

1 Comment

  1. Sheena Cummings 3 years ago

    Kelly, thank you for reporting on Ladies Night at Sportsman’s Warehouse to benefit the Breast Cancer Detection Center of Alaska. May I credit and share your BCDC crew photo in the BCDC newsletter and social media?

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