For Immediate Release

October 1, 2014

Contact: Tammy Sharp

Media Relations




Luncheon for Breast Cancer Survivors set for October 6

Shown here, from left to right, are Patricia Taylor, health promotion nurse and action officer for Army Performance Triad at Bayne Jones Army Community Hospital; Anne Causey, executive director of the Greater Vernon Parish Chamber of Commerce and breast cancer survivor; Mayor Allen, whose mother is a breast cancer survivor; and Col. Bridget Little, deputy commander of nursing at Bayne Jones Army Community Hospital.


LEESVILLE-- On Sept. 30, 2014, City of Leesville Mayor Rick Allen proclaimed October as Breast Cancer Awareness Month in the City.



The Chamber of Commerce along

with Bayne-Jones Army Hospital is sponsoring a luncheon for Breast Cancer Survivors at 11:30

a.m. Oct. 6, 2014 at the Fort Polk Warrior Club.  

There is no cost for survivors, as the event honors them on this special day.  

There is a cost of $10 to all others who come to honor and support survivors.  

Please RSVP to Anne Causey at the Chamber by calling 337-238-0349.



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