Bosom Buddies Charities (BBC) is honored that Maryland’s First Lady Yumi Hogan and Monica Rutherford, wife of the Maryland’s Lt. Governor, will be the Honorary Chairs of its 2016 Super Heroes Ball. The Ball will take place on January 9, 2016, at the Annapolis Westin Hotel. Celebrating its tenth anniversary, BBC has raised over $1.5 million since it was founded and has provided grants to Anne Arundel Medical Center Breast Center, UM Shore Regional Breast Center, Compass Regional Hospice, and other cancer support groups.
“We are honored to have Yumi Hogan and Monica Rutherford join us in the fight against breast cancer,” said BBC Chair Biana Arentz, “and we are grateful for their support and look forward to working together.” Aileen Carlucci, a breast cancer survivor, is the 2016 Bosom Buddies Ball honoree. Elizabeth DeCesaris, also a breast cancer survivor, and Biana Arentz are the co-chairs of the event. A wonderful group of dedicated woman are supporting the cause by being part of the event committee: Cathy Adelman, Elizabeth Arentz, Jean Beery, Cindy Bollinger, Claudia Boldyga, Maria DeCesaris, Terry Doggett, Janice Feeley, Katy Flynn, Jodie Gray, Jenny Griffin, Kendra Smith Houghton, Lynne Kinney, Jami Kirkwood, Mia Marinucci, Donna Moran, Christina Baldwin O’Meara, Debbi Patten, Lynne Roy, Kathy Trotter, Paula Warner, Susan Vianna, JoAnn DeCesaris Wellington, and Karen White
Bosom Buddies Charities is actively seeking sponsors for this year’s Super Heroes Ball—BBC’s major fundraiser—and encourages any interested organizations or individuals to contact Donna Moran, Sponsorship Chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bosom Buddies Charities’ mission is to promote breast cancer awareness, encourage early detection, support treatment and celebrate healing. For more information about the Ball and BBC, please visit BosomBuddiesCharities. com.