Hello Outlaws! We are having fabulous weather here in our neck of the woods. It is much too nice to stay indoors and we hope you too have been enjoying a glorious Autumn wherever you hang your hat.
The Pink Outlaw "Great Escape" is just around the corner. Our plan is to have the DVD players, movies and ear pieces in the cancer center by the third week in November. Remember to check back and I will let you know when the Outlaws will be featured on Channel 11 News from Dallas. We are very excited about this exposure and are in the hopes it will help us get the "good word" out to more people. The more who know about our work and our mission, the more support we get thus the more people we can help.
The Original Outlaw Shannon, was pleased to have been a guest speaker for a group of special girls at Texas Wesleyan University on October 20th. Shannon loves sharing her experience, knowledge and enthusiasm for life. Everyone had a great time. These girls of TWU called their event "Rams for the Cure Breast Cancer Awareness Night". They raffled opening game Mav's tickets, donated by Toby Rochau, raising $224.00, which they generously donated to Pink Outlaw. Some of these awesome young women are: Margo Wring, Helena Collins and Jacqueline Wittman. We thank everyone involved with this event and want them to know it is because of caring people such as these gals that we are able to continue to keep our mission on track. THANKS!!!
Shannon was also honored to be a part of the Breast Cancer Awareness program by The American Cancer Society at the Dallas Cowboy's half time show last week at the new Cowboy stadium. I understand it was quite spectacular. I will post a picture for you to enjoy.
Well, gang we thank you for your generous support and encouraging words, prayers and love.
Keep spreading the Pink Outlaw mission :"we will not conform"..
Get out and enjoy the sunshine...