WESTON, W.Va. — October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and Mon Health Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital (SJMH) and the Lewis County CEOS Clubs are taking this opportunity to encourage people to learn more about the importance of early detection for breast cancer with the slogan, “Awareness is Power.”
As part of this effort, the group is organizing a Breast Cancer Awareness Luncheon on Tuesday, October 5 at noon at the Broad Street United Methodist Church parking lot.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the event will be held in the parking lot and attendees will stay in their vehicles with a limit of 50 cars. Interested participants should reserve their spot by Friday, October 1 by calling 304-269-4660 to register. Attendees will be able to listen to the event on WHAW-980 AM radio.
Speakers for the event include Marcie Stump, Mon Health Cancer Center, Kristi Gannon, Mon Health Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital, Christa Shaver, Breast Cancer Survivor and Mon Health Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital employee, and Stephanie Singleton, Shamrock CEOs Club.