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Breast Cancer Help, Inc. Hosts 4th Annual Bill Evans Celebrity Golf Outing

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Breast Cancer Help, Inc., a not-for-profit grass roots organization, will hold its 4th Annual Bill Evans Celebrity Golf Outing on Monday, September 12 at The Muttontown Club, 5933 Northern Boulevard, East Norwich, New York. Shotgun ...

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(Bay Shore, New York) - Breast Cancer Help, Inc., a not-for-profit grass roots organization, will hold its 4th Annual Bill Evans Celebrity Golf Outing on Monday, September 12 at The Muttontown Club, 5933 Northern Boulevard, East Norwich, New York. Shotgun start is 11:00 a.m.

The cost is $325.00 per person for a round of golf, or $1,175.00 for a foursome. Dinner (no golf) is $100.00. All of the proceeds will go to benefit Breast Cancer Help, Inc., their Long Island Cancer Help and Wellness Center and research into the causes and cure of breast cancer.

Mr. Evans is a nationally known meteorologist based at WABC-TV (Channel 7) in New York City, where he has reported on the weather since 1989. He is the senior meteorologist for "Eyewitness News in the Morning" and "Eyewitness News at Noon." The eight-time Emmy Award winner for "Outstanding On-Camera Achievement in Weather Broadcasting" also does weather broadcasts for WCGH Business Talk Radio AM 1490 Radio Greenwich, CT, ESPN, and The ABC Radio Network. He also fills in on "Good Morning America" and has appeared on "Live with Regis and Kelly."

"We are very pleased to have Bill Evans lend his name to this great cause," said Lorraine Pace, Co-President, Breast Cancer Help, Inc. "Bill Evans is the most recognized meteorologist in the New York metropolitan area."

"By having someone like Mr. Evans at this golf tournament, it helps raise not only money for a worthwhile cause, but it raises awareness about breast cancer issues," Ms. Pace said. "The money raised at this tournament will help give breast cancer patients and breast cancer survivors the optimal care that they need."

In addition to golf, the ticket price includes a continental breakfast, lunch, a cocktail hour, a two-hour open bar, dinner, and a raffle. Live music will be provided as Edward deCorsia presents New York's Most Dangerous Big Band.

Sponsorship opportunities are available. For more information, visit www.breastcancerhelpinc.org.

Registration can be done as a team of four, or individually. All checks should be made payable to Breast Cancer Help, Inc. Send all registrations to: Breast Cancer Help, Inc., 32 Park Avenue, Bay Shore, NY 11706. Tickets can also be purchased online at www.breastcancerhelpinc.org. For more information, call the Golf Outing Committee at (631) 675-9003, or e-mail: breastcancerhelpinc@optonline.net.

Directions to The Muttontown Club:

From the East: LIE West to Exit 41 North (Route 106/107) towards Oyster Bay. Continue on Route 106 North for approximately 3.5 miles. Make a left onto Northern Boulevard (Rte. 25A). Go approximately 1.2 miles. Club will be on right-hand side.

From the West: LIE East to Exit 39 North towards Hempstead/Glen Cove/Glen Cove Rd. Merge onto LIE Service Road. Turn left at Glen Cove Rd./Guinea Woods Rd. Continue to follow Glen Cove Rd. Turn right on Rte. 25A. Go approximately 4.4 miles. Club is on the left.

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Breast Cancer Help, Inc. is a not-for-profit grass roots organization with a focus on action and advocacy to eradicate breast cancer. Founded in 1994 by Lorraine Pace, a two time breast cancer survivor, and Father Thomas Arnao, Breast Cancer Help, Inc. uses a four pronged approach to promoting education and awareness of breast cancer issues. The first of these prongs is the West Islip breast cancer mapping project initiated by Lorraine Pace, which mobilized patients and pinpointed breast cancer clusters. This original mapping project, which spearheaded the breast cancer environmental movement, has now spread to other parts of New York, the U.S. and internationally. Since its inception, the group's goal has been to raise awareness and promote education for the cause, treatment, and cure of the disease; while maintaining a focus on action and advocacy to eradicate breast cancer. It has accomplished this by mobilizing patients into coalitions leading to breast cancer mapping projects, serving as advocates to change state and local laws to protect breast cancer patients, and working to bring about positive changes in protecting the environment. Breast Cancer Help, Inc. has helped to ensure that Long Islanders have access to the best possible diagnosis and care through the purchase of cutting edge medical and research equipment. It has also supported research at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. In 2003, Breast Cancer Help opened its Long Island Cancer Help and Wellness Center, now located at 32 Park Avenue in Bay Shore to provide increased cancer awareness to promote education and early detection while providing patients and survivors with much needed support.