Barre 3 Donation Classes
Oct
20
to Oct 21

Barre 3 Donation Classes

  • 16415 SE 15th St Suite 108 Vancouver, WA 98683 USA (map)
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In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month Barre 3 - Camas is offering two days of donation-based classes to support Pink Lemonade Project. Join us Friday, Oct. 20th or Saturday, Oct. 21st for class and help raise funds to help provide assistance through education, empowerment and support. Both days classes are free, with a suggested donation of $20. Reserve your spot today and together we'll help rewrite the story of survivorship. Reserve your spot today by clicking HERE

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Revive: A Survivor’sRetreat
Nov
3
to Nov 5

Revive: A Survivor’sRetreat

All Spaces For This Event Are Full. To Be Waitlisted For A Space, Please Complete The Registration Below.

During our retreat, survivors will explore what it means to have a healthy mind, body and spirit in their new post-cancer life. The experience is designed to foster personal renewal, facilitate a shared journey with other survivors, and forge bonds of encouragement among people traveling the same road. Participants tell us they leave our retreats feeling inspired with a personal self-care plan and new friends for support along the way!

This retreat is currently full but we are accepting names for the waitlist. You will be notified should a space become available.

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Women’s Cancer Support Group
Nov
13
5:00pm 5:00pm

Women’s Cancer Support Group

Topic: Managing Holiday Stress

Pink Lemonade Project and Compass Oncology have teamed up to offer a support group to give women cancer survivors an opportunity to talk with others who are facing similar challenges in a safe, welcoming environment. Oncology social workers will be present to facilitate the conversation and to answer any questions you may have about physical or emotional issues, treatment side effects, and general coping strategies. 

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Women's Cancer Support Group
Dec
11
5:00pm 5:00pm

Women's Cancer Support Group

Topic: Preventing recurrence and overcoming obstacles in order to do so with guest speaker – Tracy Webb

Pink Lemonade Project and Compass Oncology have teamed up to offer a support group to give women cancer survivors an opportunity to talk with others who are facing similar challenges in a safe, welcoming environment. Oncology social workers will be present to facilitate the conversation and to answer any questions you may have about physical or emotional issues, treatment side effects, and general coping strategies. 

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Girlfriends Run For A Cure
Oct
15
9:00am 9:00am

Girlfriends Run For A Cure

  • 1011 Broadway Street Vancouver, WA, 98660 United States (map)
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Girlfriends Run For A Cure is hosted by Why Racing Events. The run is a Quarter Marathon (6.55 miles) and Half Marathon (13.1 miles) designed specifically for women to get together to do something good for themselves and to help support a very important women's cause.

Pink Lemonade Project hosts two fundraising teams at the event: GlamGals and the Pink Brigade. 

The Glam Gals is a group of 50 inspired, strong, community-driven women helping to raise funds for Pink Lemonade Project, a 501(c)3 breast cancer non profit organization that provides support to breast cancer patients, survivors, and their families that live right here in our community. Each Glam Gal has committed to raising $500 for Pink Lemonade Project.

Pink Brigade Guys is a group of 50 inspired, strong, community-driven men helping to raise funds for Pink Lemonade Project, a 501(c)3 breast cancer non profit organization that provides support to breast cancer patients and survivors and their families that live right here in our community. Pink Brigade Guys can either run or walk the 6.5 miles or 13.1 miles, be a lead cyclist, or a be a VIP volunteer at the Pink BrigAID Water Station at the Girlfriend's Run for a Cure Sunday October 15, 2017.

See each team's fundraising leaderboard! 

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Revive: A Survivor’s Retreat
Oct
13
to Oct 15

Revive: A Survivor’s Retreat

During our retreat, survivors will explore what it means to have a healthy mind, body and spirit in their new post-cancer life. The experience is designed to foster personal renewal, facilitate a shared journey with other survivors, and forge bonds of encouragement among people traveling the same road. Participants tell us they leave our retreats feeling inspired with a personal self-care plan and new friends for support along the way!

This retreat is currently full but we are accepting names for the waitlist. You will be notified should a space become available.

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Women's Cancer Support Group
Oct
9
5:00pm 5:00pm

Women's Cancer Support Group

Topic: Managing Life as a Whole

Pink Lemonade Project and Compass Oncology have teamed up to offer a support group to give women cancer survivors an opportunity to talk with others who are facing similar challenges in a safe, welcoming environment. Oncology social workers will be present to facilitate the conversation and to answer any questions you may have about physical or emotional issues, treatment side effects, and general coping strategies. 

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Pumpkin Night
Oct
3
6:30pm 6:30pm

Pumpkin Night

Pumpkin Night
15.00

Join Pink Lemonade Project for our second annual Pumpkin Night! This will be a fun night of decorating craft pumpkins and is open to all breast cancer patients, survivors, and supporters. All of the craft supplies will be provided, you just need to B.Y.O.P. (Bring Your Own Pumpkin!) No creativity or special decorating talent is needed – just come have a good time! We’re not carving, we’re crafting! Food, drinks, craft supplies, and inspiration will be provided for a fun night of decorating!

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Women's Cancer Support Group
Sep
11
5:00pm 5:00pm

Women's Cancer Support Group

Topic: Benefits of Physical Therapy with guest speaker – Joyce Masters

Pink Lemonade Project and Compass Oncology have teamed up to offer a support group to give women cancer survivors an opportunity to talk with others who are facing similar challenges in a safe, welcoming environment. Oncology social workers will be present to facilitate the conversation and to answer any questions you may have about physical or emotional issues, treatment side effects, and general coping strategies. 

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Pink Link Fit Walk
Aug
26
9:30am 9:30am
Fit

Pink Link Fit Walk

Come walk with us! Pink Link Fit walks are open to those affected by breast cancer…feel free to bring family and friends, and Fido too! We walk rain our shine, just look for our sign!

We are trying out a new trail this month – The Columbia River Dike Trail—also known as the Captain William Clark Park Trail and the Cottonwood Beach Trail—follows the Columbia River from Steamboat Landing Park to the border of the Steigerwald Lake National Wildlife Refuge. Along the way, trail-goers will enjoy views of the river and Mt. Hood.

Parking: Take Lewis and Clark Highway/SR 14 east to Washougal. Turn right (south) on 15th Street into Steamboat Landing Park and park at the trail-head.

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Girlfriends Triathlon & Fitness Festival
Aug
19
9:00am 9:00am
Fit

Girlfriends Triathlon & Fitness Festival

Are you doing the Girlfriends Triathlon or AquaBike and would like to to go in the very first Charity Wave? Donate $25 by clicking HERE and you will get to go in the very first wave. This is a win:win! Your $25 goes directly to Pink Lemonade Project to support local Girlfriends affected by breast cancer AND allows you to have a relaxed start and lead the race!

This All-Women’s Triathlon & Fitness Festival at a beautiful venue along the Columbia River offers something for everyone so rally your girlfriends, train together and then cross the finish line with your best girls! It is one of the most scenic areas with views of the Columbia River, Mt. Hood, Mt. St. Helens and Vancouver Lake. The course is flat and fast so perfect for a 1st time Triathlon or Multi-sport event! The Girlfriend’s events on Saturday will benefit Pink Lemonade Project!

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Women’s Cancer Support Group
Aug
14
5:00pm 5:00pm

Women’s Cancer Support Group

Topic: Cancer Nutrition with guest speaker, Andrea HamiltonPink Lemonade Project and Compass Oncology have teamed up to offer a support group to give women cancer survivors an opportunity to talk with others who are facing similar challenges in a safe, welcoming environment. Oncology social workers will be present to facilitate the conversation and to answer any questions you may have about physical or emotional issues, treatment side effects, and general coping strategies. 

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Pink Link Fit: Strength for Survivors
Aug
12
10:30am10:30am

Pink Link Fit: Strength for Survivors

Increased physical activity after cancer treatment has been consistently linked to better physical function and reduced fatigue and bodily pain. Join Pink Lemonade Project and Alicia Rose of Northwest Personal Training for a fitness barre and mobility class. Alicia will lead you through strength, mobility, and balance exercises which can help restore normal ranges of motion and also leave you feeling energized and strong. All fitness levels are encouraged and invited.

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Revive: A Retreat For Long-Term Breast Cancer Survivors
Aug
4
to Aug 6

Revive: A Retreat For Long-Term Breast Cancer Survivors

**This retreat is currently FULL** you can still register and you will be placed on the waiting list. We have received a grant from Legacy that is allowing us to offer a pilot retreat for long-term breast cancer survivors. If we find the retreat is well received, we will consider permanently adding it to our retreat line up. This retreat is for women breast cancer survivors who are 3 or more years post treatment. The survivorship continuum changes over time and…

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Women’s Cancer Support Group
Jul
27
4:00pm 4:00pm

Women’s Cancer Support Group

Topic: Managing Life as a WholePink Lemonade Project and Compass Oncology have teamed up to offer a support group to give women cancer survivors an opportunity to talk with others who are facing similar challenges in a safe, welcoming environment. Oncology social workers will be present to facilitate the conversation and to answer any questions you may have about physical or emotional issues, treatment side effects, and general coping strategies. 

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