Community Cancer Center South's atrium was transformed on Friday, August 29. Where seating and magazine racks once stood, apparel, jewelry, creams and treats now lined the walls of the atrium. Patients, past and present, came together to shop for accessories and get garment fittings from our experts at Figleaf Boutique at a trunk show. All of the items for purchase were designed help cancer patients show off their "pretty" personalities.
Community Cancer Center South staff sported "Pretty in pink" polos, mingled with patients, and even served food and refreshments.
Bass Farms sold Triple B Hydrating cream, recommended by Community cancer doctors to soothe skin irritation and redness from various therapies and cancer treatments. Volunteers manned booths with homemade scarves and jewelry, as well as sold treats like popcorn.
The Baxter YMCA offered information about a LIVESTRONG program for building muscle strength, balance, endurance and confidence. continue reading ...