Come be a part of an event  that saves lives!  Register now for the WVU Cancer Institute 32nd Annual Spring Gala at The Greenbrier Resort in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, April 28-30.  During this weekend-long signature event, attendees will experience a wide variety of activities, festivities and unique entertainment, including a continuing education session.  

Those who attend the session will have an opportunity to learn more about the important mission of our state's leading comprehensive Cancer Institute, and what we are doing to enhance survivorship and reduce the impact of cancer in West Virginia.  Additionally, Vice President and Executive Dean of WVU’s Health Sciences Clay Marsh, MD, will lead an open forum discussion with WVU Cancer Institute leadership and introduce Rich Goldberg, MD, the Institute’s new director.  WVU Men’s Head Basketball Coach Bob Huggins will be among the special guests at the “Let’s Flamingle Reception, Dine-Around Dinner where Gala participants can also dance to the lively music of the Pink Flamingos and be amazed as they watch the Artrageous Performing Arts Show.  The Gala Grand Finale, the “Unmask Cancer” Black-Tie Masquerade Ball, will be an elegant reception and fine dining experience complete with the sounds of Benny Benack, Jr. and his Orchestra and a live auction of extraordinary items and opportunities.

Gala registration is $500 per person.  To register online  Please RSVP by Friday, April 7, 2017

Accommodations are available through The Greenbrier, which is offering special rates for Gala attendees who make their reservations by March 12, 2017. Please call Greenbrier reservations at 877-380-1033 and mention the WVU Cancer Institute Gala.

For more information about the WVU Cancer Institute Gala, please contact Jaime Good at 304-293-4597 or heretohelp@hsc.wvu.edu.

For information about The Greenbrier Resort, see www.greenbrier.com.
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Please join WVU President E. Gordon Gee and 2017 Gala Co-Chairs Dr. Hannah Hazard-Jenkins, Emily Lyons, Billy Pulice and Phil Reale as they and hundreds of others celebrate and educate about the important mission of our state’s leading comprehensive Cancer Institute.