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Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Breast Cancer Fundraiser at the beach - Saturday October 9th

Derelict Productions and the Pink Army at Florida Hospital Flagler will sponsor a fundraiser for breast cancer on Saturday night, October 9th  at the 14th Street Beach south of the Flagler Beach Pier  The fun begins at 6:00 p.m. and will last until???
All ages welcome.

This event will  be the final gathering of the season for Derelict Productions.  This fun-loving bunch brings together food, entertainment and fun at the beach. Now you have a whole new reason to get your beach burn on: Saving lives!! With the help of the Pink Army at Florida Hospital Flagler, they are turning this season's last burn into a Pink Party!

For those of you unfamiliar with Derelict Productions,  Greg Starr and  Michael  “Skip” Van Nieuwenhoven started this group earlier this year,  and it has grown into something beyond their expectations.  They call their bonfire-get-togethers “Flagler Beach Burns” and appropriately so. 

What started out as just a bunch of people having fun turned into a regular event every couple of weeks at the beach.  This last get-together takes it one step further by their collaboration with the Pink Army at Florida Hospital Flagler as they strive to contribute to the cause of fighting breast cancer.

So dig into your pockets, grab your pink shirts, pink socks, pink everything and join everyone on the beach for good times, great food, and to help spread raise money to fight breast cancer while we raise awareness and promote education about the disease.

Starr says, “ as October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we felt it was an appropriate way to funnel our energy and have fun while doing something that feels great in helping the community – both locally and world-wide.”

See you there and help us Find the Cure!


The Florida Hospital Flagler Foundation is sponsoring a Saving Lives donation event from October 18-22 at participating restaurants in and around our area.  You will help the fight against breast cancer just by dining out for lunch or dinner at the participating restaurants.  Please visit or call 386-586-4440 for more information.  Co sponsors: Beach 92.7, Flagler County Chamber of Commerce and WNZF News Radio.

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