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hmnmh_veloz_breastcancerPink Ribbon Month: Oct. 1-31

Wear a pink ribbon during the month of October in honor of or in memory of someone you love. Pink ribbon lapel pins can be purchased from Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital’s gift shop, the Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital Foundation offices and the Sheila R. Veloz Breast Center. The pins are available for $5 and the proceeds will benefit the Sheila R. Veloz Breast Center.

 

Cobblestone Cottage Brighton Breast Cancer Awareness Jewelry: Oct 1-31

Cobblestone Cottage will feature special Brighton Power of Pink jewelry to promote Breast Cancer Awareness. A portion from each piece sold will be donated to the Sheila R. Veloz Breast Center. Visit Cobblestone Cottage at 24335 Magic Mountain Parkway, Valencia. Call 661.253.0209 or visit http://www.cobblestone-cottage.com/.

 

Ma Maison Breast Cancer Awareness Mugs: Oct 1 – 31

Purchase a Breast Cancer Awareness mug (hot or cold) during the month of October and Ma Maison will donate a portion of the proceeds to the Sheila R. Veloz Breast Center. Ma Maison features distinctive home, garden and kitchen décor, wedding gifts, jewelry and so much more. Located at 24261 Main Street, Newhall. Call 661.799.7983 or visit http://www.mamaisonandgift.com/.

 

 

Results Fitness “Think Pink” Shakes: Oct 1- 31

Results Fitness will donate $1 for every “Pink” shake they sell during the month of October. Try such delicious flavors as “Berries Amore’” or “Strawberries & Cream.” Results Fitness is located at 24420 Walnut Street in Newhall. Call 661.799.7900.

 

 

“Drink Pink to Raise Green” Wine Party at Wine 661: Oct 6, Oct 9 & Oct 17

For every glass or bottle purchased of rose wine or rose champagne (pink drinks) on these dates, Wine 661 will donate 25% to the Sheila R. Veloz Breast Center. Take home bottles qualify, too, so “pinks drinks” don’t necessarily have to be consumed on the premises. Wine 661 will also be accepting donations made to the SRVBC in the form of cash or check for non-drinkers or designated drivers. Wine 661 is located at 24268 McBean Parkway, Valencia, CA 91355. Call 288.298.2980.

 

 

Pizza With a Purpose: Oct 12

California Pizza Kitchen is hosting a FUNdraiser at their Valencia location on this day only. Enjoy signature dishes like their Original BBQ Chicken Pizza, or Garlic Cream Fettuccine. CPK will donate 20% of your check to the Sheila R. Veloz Breast Center. Eligible purchases include dine-in, take-out, catering and all beverages. Please bring a flyer (please contact the Foundation for one), or simply mention to your server that you’re there to help raise funds for the Breast Center. Good at the 24061 Newhall Ranch Rd location only. Call 661.259.2082.

 

 

Eat, Drink and Raise Funds at Rattler’s BAR B QUE: Oct 17

From ribs to roast, and chicken to prime rib, you’ll be completely satisfied with exceptional BBQ and casual family dining at Rattler’s Bar B Que. You can also have the satisfaction of knowing you helped ensure women in the SCV have access to superior technology for breast cancer detection as Rattler’s Bar B Que will donate a generous portion of the day’s receipts to the Sheila R. Veloz Breast Center. Located at 26495 Golden Valley Rd. Santa Clarita, CA 91350. Call 661.251.4195.

 

 

Eat, Drink and Raise Funds at Stonefire Grill: Oct 24

Come enjoy a fresh approach to family dining at Stonefire Grill, 23300 Cinema Drive, Valencia, and help support the Breast Center, a service of Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital. In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Stonefire Grill will donate a generous portion of the day’s receipts to the Breast Center. So gather your family and friends and enjoy a memorable meal. The restaurant is open Sunday –Thursday 11a.m. to 9:30 p.m. and Friday and Saturday 11a.m. to 10 p.m. for lunch, dinner, take out. To order to go, call 661.799.8282.

 

 

The Carole Hunt Memorial “Bingo or Bust,” Henry Mayo Center: Oct. 26

Come enjoy a night of Bingo and great appetizers during this special fundraiser from 6 to 9:30 p.m. benefiting the Breast Center at Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital. The event will be held at Henry Mayo Education Center (on the hospital campus), 23803 McBean Parkway, Valencia, CA 91355. Buy-in is only $35 prepaid and $45 at the door, and includes two cards and refreshments. Additional cards are $5 each or 3 for $10. Seating is limited and will sell out fast! Call and reserve your spot today! In addition to helping a great cause, the night provides multiple chances for winning great prizes. For reservations, please register online at henrymayogiving.com or call 661.200.1200.

 

 

Sheila R. Veloz Breast Center is located at 23929 McBean Parkway, Suite 101, Valencia, CA. To make an appointment, call 661.200.1099.

Your participation in the events listed will help fund state-of-the-art equipment and ensure women in our community have access to superior technology for breast cancer detection.

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