Junior Aquanut Team to host breast cancer benefit July 27

pink-breast-cancer-ribbonThe Junior Aquanut Team has announced that they will host a benefit show to support breast cancer patients. The event is being held on Wednesday, July 27 at 6 p.m. at Lance Park Beach off of E. Main Street in Twin Lakes.

The team will be working with the Susan G. Komen foundation to raise money for breast cancer research. The benefit is supported by the team, members’ families, and local businesses. There will be donated baskets and a 50/50 raffle. The team asks all audience members to wear pink in support of the breast cancer cause.

Passionately Pink for the Cure is an awareness and fundraising program benefitting the Susan G. Komen organization to raise awareness for breast cancer and to end it forever. The organization was founded in the early 1980s after Nancy G. Brinker lost her sister, Suzy, to breast cancer. While Suzy was fighting her battle with cancer, she was bothered by how breast cancer patients were treated. She was very concerned with the conditions of the uncomfortable waiting rooms, how long patients would have to wait for treatments, and most of all, funding research for a cure. Nancy made it her life’s work to honor her sister’s wishes and started the organization after her sister’s untimely death.

The Aquanut Watershows Organization is committed to providing direction to youth and encouraging family participation through a positive learning environment of water-skiing. The team provides entertainment to the community of Twin Lakes and to the entire Southeastern Wisconsin Region and Northern Illinois communities with water and stage shows. The Aquanut Watershows Organization is a not for profit organization that relies solely on the generosity of support and donations from the community.

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