2017-2018 Cancer Kickin’ Scholarship Recipients

Posted on Wednesday, March 22nd, 2017

Davenport, Iowa (March 2017) – Gilda’s Club and CCKMA are excited to announce the following recipients, awarded $1,000 each, of the Cancer Kickin’ Scholarship:

  • Cameron Christiansen, Muscatine, Iowa
  • Karly Lent, Bettendorf, Iowa
  • Katelyn McChesney, Rock Island, Ill.
  • Sebastian Mireles, Muscatine, Iowa

Two of the receiving students are cancer survivors. The other two were impacted by a grandparent and family friend.

“Cancer has changed me; not for bad, but for good,” Mireles, a junior at Muscatine High School, wrote. “It’s been a blessing in disguise. It has made me stronger and I have had the opportunity to see how this disease changes people. I have seen the support of family, friends, and complete strangers in my time of need.”

A panel of celebrity judges – including Greg Dwyer, Denise Hnytka, John Marx and 2016 Miss Illinois Jaryn Franklin – scored 37 applicants on categories of Community/School Involvement, References and Essays to determine the winners.

“It was brave of the students to put their stories to paper to share with us,” said Kelly Hendershot, Gilda’s Club Program Manager. “Children and teens impacted by cancer experience a wide variety of emotions that can last well into adulthood. In addition to being a financial resource, we hope the essay writing was also a good exercise for the students in giving a voice to their experience.”

Recipients will be recognized on April 8, 2017 at QC Waterfront Convention Center (2021 State Street, Bettendorf) during the 10th Annual CCKMA Event. Doors open at 5:00 p.m.

“This community has shown so much love and support for my late wife and her organization, CCKMA, that it just feels good to be able to give back to this community in such a positive way,” said Todd DeWilfond. “I’d like to congratulate the winners and thank all the applicants for sharing their stories with us.”

About Gilda’s Club
Free of charge, Gilda’s Club Quad Cities provides support, education and hope to all people affected by cancer.  As a Cancer Support Community affiliate, we are part of the largest employer of psychosocial oncology mental health professionals in the United States.  Our global network brings the highest quality cancer support to the millions of people touched by cancer.

About CCKMA
Angie DeWilfond, founder of CCKMA, was diagnosed with stage 3C ovarian cancer in 2007. The wife and mother of two young kids decided not to let Cancer Kick Her A..! In 2008, she held a small get together with friends and the support was so overwhelming that an annual fundraising event was held each year after that for much needed research funds. This annual event brings cancer survivors along with their family and friends to celebrate life. It is also an evening of tribute to those we have lost to cancer.

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Gilda’s Club Talent Search Top 8 Finalists are Announced

Posted on Friday, February 24th, 2017

VOTING IS NOW OPEN FOR THE TOP 8 FINALISTS OF THE GILDA’S CLUB TALENT SEARCH
The Genesis Cancer Care Institute will be welcoming Jon Dorenbos; America’s Got Talent finalist, magician, NFL player, and survivor of a traumatic childhood, for the 8th annual Captivating Conversations fundraiser on March 31, 2017 at the new Rhythm City Casino Resort in Davenport IA. Gilda’s Club Quad Cities is asking for your help in selecting the top talent to be one of two opening acts for Jon Dorenbos at this event.

Gilda’s Club secured a panel of judges from the Quad City area which reviewed all the submission videos and have narrowed it down to the top 8 Finalists (4 in each age group). Videos were judged based on the following criteria: entertainment value, how the talent will translate to the big stage, professionalism and proficiency. The top 8 Finalists in each category are:

18 years and Under
Cale Bowe-Princeton, Iowa
Kayla Masakowski-Davenport, Iowa
Turning Pointe Dance Studio-Andalusia, Illinois
VanderVeer-Quad Cities

Over 18 years
Becky Pogar-Davenport, Iowa
Chris Schlichting-Davenport, Iowa
David Casas-Davenport, Iowa
Totes McGoats-Quad Cities

Now it is the public’s turn to vote for their favorites by visiting gildasclubqc.org/qctalent. Each vote is $1 and the talent with the top votes in each age category will perform their talent, live on stage, at our Captivating Conversations event on March 31, 2017. Interested in learning more about Captivating Conversations? Visit gildasclubqc.org/conversations for full event details and tickets.
This event is made possible, thanks to the following sponsors: The Genesis Cancer Care Institute, WQAD News 8, Wells Fargo, Mid States Transmission Parts and Walgreens Specialty Pharmacy. Talent Search Judges include: Patrick Adamson, ComedySportz; Heather Beach, Dead Weeds Pictures; Angie Champlin; Pamela Crouch, Living Proof Exhibit; Bret Dale, RME; Jessica Denney, QC Theatre Workshop; Greg Hipskind, QC Rock Academy; Cindy Ramos, New Ground Theatre; and Terri Smith, Quad Cities Chamber.

Gilda’s Club Quad Cities Presents their- 8th Annual Captivating Conversations Series

Posted on Thursday, February 16th, 2017

DAVENPORT, Iowa, March 2017 –The Genesis Cancer Care Institute is proud to welcome Jon Dorenbos; NFL player, magician, America’s Got Talent finalist and survivor of a traumatic childhood, for the 8th annual Captivating Conversations fundraiser to benefit Gilda’s Club Quad Cities.  Jon has an amazing talent and will be captivating his audience for a night of magic, laughter, and a whole lot of inspiration as well.

Jon Dorenbos’ past has made him the man he is today.  At the age of 12, Jon’s father murdered his mother and was convicted of 2nd degree murder and sentenced to 13 years in prison.  After a temporary stay with a foster family to allow him to finish his school year, Jon and his sister moved from Woodinville, WA to Garden Grove, CA to live with their Aunt Susan.

Jon got into magic just before his 13th birthday.  He instantly fell in love with it and it became an escape during a time of mourning and transition in his life.  He was obsessed with the sleights and skills involved.  He spent all day, every day, practicing and rehearsing in front of the mirror.  Jon’s Aunt Susan had a friend, Ken Sands, who was a magician.  Ken became his mentor, a friend, and a father figure for Jon for years to come.  Ken didn’t just teach Jon the fundamentals of a trick, he taught him how to find himself as a performer.

Jon graduated from the University of Texas, El Paso with a degree in Business.  He was picked up by the Buffalo Bills as a free agent in 2003 and has also played for the Tennessee Titans.  He is entering his 14th season in the NFL where is currently a long snapper for the Philadelphia Eagles.

In 2016 he auditioned for Season 11 of America’s Got Talent.  Dorenbos won over not just the judges but also the nation.  With less than 1% of votes separating the final three contestants, Jon finished in third place.  Jon closed out his final performance saying, “The magic is not in these hands, it’s not in these cards.  It’s in every one of us. It’s in our breath, it’s in our touch, it’s in our words.”

The event will start at 6:30pm on Friday, March 31 at the new Rhythm City Casino Resort in Davenport, IA.  This event is for the entire family.  Show tickets are $35.00.  A special meet and greet dinner will take place before the main show to a limited number of guests beginning at 5:00 pm.  Those attending this meet and greet will enjoy a fabulous dinner while mingling with Jon and getting photos taken prior to the show.  Individual meet and greet dinner tickets are $100 or $800 for a table of 8.  To purchase tickets to the event or the meet and greet dinner visit www.gildasclubqc.org/conversations.

Sally Werner, CEO Gilda’s Club Quad Cities shares “We are thrilled to bring this amazing talent and evening of entertainment to the Quad Cities.  Jon is a captivating magician and speaker and great entertainment for the whole family! Come out for the fun and help us ensure that No One Faces Cancer Alone…”

This event is made possible through the support from Genesis Cancer Care Institute, WQAD, Wells Fargo, Mid State Transmission Parts, and Walgreen Specialty Pharmacy.

About Gilda’s Club Quad Cities

Free of charge, Gilda’s Club Quad Cities provides support, education and hope to all people affected by cancer.  As a Cancer Support Community affiliate, we are part of the largest employer of psychosocial oncology mental health professionals in the United States.  Our global network brings the highest quality cancer support to the millions of people touched by cancer.  Gilda’s Club is located at 1234 E. River Dr., Davenport, Iowa 52803.

3rd Annual Runway Red Benefit–Tickets on Sale Now

Posted on Friday, January 27th, 2017

Gilda’s Club, in partnership with presenting sponsor UnityPoint Health – Trinity Muscatine, will present its Third Annual Runway Red Benefit on Sunday, February 12, 2017 from 2 – 4 pm at The Rendezvous (3127 Lucas Street, Muscatine, IA). The event, hosted by WQAD’s Denise Hnytka, includes a style show, desserts, wine and raffle drawings.

Tickets ($25 each) are available for purchase at CBI Bank & Trust, Community Bank & Trust, First National Bank and Hall Tree Boutique. Tickets may also be purchased online at www.gildasclubqc.org/runway

The style show will feature clothing lines from Cato, Younkers, The HallTree Boutique and Le Chic Prom & Pageant Boutique. Guests will also be entertained with music provided by Miss Central Iowa, Emmy Cuvelier and will be inspired by Francesca Vitale who will share her story of hope.

The State Health Registry of Iowa projected 255 new cancer diagnoses in Muscatine County in 2016. This put Muscatine in the top 15 counties for highest projected number of new cancers in the state.  According to Susan G. Komen Quad Cities, Muscatine County leads Iowa in the highest rate of breast cancer, including a rising level of late stage diagnosis.

Attendees at Runway Red help Gilda’s Club provide support to people with cancer and their families right here in Muscatine. Among other services, the funds raised will provide:

  • Support groups both for someone with a diagnosis and their family members.
  • A survivorship program which helps people deal with the emotional, physical, and nutritional consequences of a cancer diagnosis.
  • Educational workshops such as Coping with the Cost of Care, Side Effects of Treatments, and New Discoveries in Treatment.

When cancer strikes, psychosocial support can be critical to one’s cancer journey. Gilda’s Club has been offering such programs since 2013 in the Muscatine area. The money raised at this event will directly benefit these programs in Muscatine.

 

Cancer Kickin’ Scholarship: Now Accepting Applications

Posted on Wednesday, December 21st, 2016

Gilda’s Club and CCKMA are teaming up to once again present the Cancer Kickin’ Scholarship. Four $1,000 scholarships will be awarded to students impacted by cancer – whether it is themselves, a parent, sibling, other relative or friend with the diagnosis.

Students must be current high school juniors/seniors or currently in their first or second year of college to apply. Applicants must reside in Scott, Rock Island, Muscatine County or Henry County.

Application submissions are due February 13, 2017. Scholarship forms are available online at CancerKickinScholarship.com, at Gilda’s Club (1234 East River Drive, Davenport) or by calling Kelly Hendershot at (563) 326-7504.

Recipients will be recognized on April 8, 2017 at the 10th Annual CCKMA Event. Recipients will be chosen by a panel of celebrity judges:

  • Greg Dwyer, Dwyer and Michaels Morning, 97x
  • Denise Hnytka, Co-Anchor, News 8 WQAD
  • John Marx, Columnist, The Dispatch/Rock Island Argus
  • Jaryn Franklin, Miss Illinois

“Dealing with cancer, at any age, is an emotional whirlwind,” said Kelly Hendershot, Program Manager. “For children and teens, it can unleash a storm of emotions, questions, and unexpected discoveries. We want to hear about those experiences.”

Applicants will enroll in an undergraduate course of study during the 2017-2018 (or 2018-2019 if applying as a high school junior) school-year at an accredited two or four-year college, university, or vocational-technical school in the U.S.

Scholarship recipients are eligible to re-apply each year they are eligible. Applications must be completed each year and submitted to the scholarship committee.

CCKMA’s founder, Angie DeWilfond, died in July 2015 after living eight years with ovarian cancer, followed by leukemia.

“Angie wanted to give back to the local community that has supported and given so generously to CCKMA through various fundraiser events each year,” said CCKMA President Todd DeWilfond. “So we are now working with Gilda’s Club to make this dream of Angie’s a reality with the Cancer Kickin’ Scholarship.”

About Gilda’s Club
Free of charge, Gilda’s Club Quad Cities provides support, education and hope to all people affected by cancer.  As a Cancer Support Community affiliate, we are part of the largest employer of psychosocial oncology mental health professionals in the United States.  Our global network brings the highest quality cancer support to the millions of people touched by cancer.

About CCKMA
Angie DeWilfond, founder of CCKMA, was diagnosed with stage 3C ovarian cancer in 2007. The wife and mother of two young kids decided not to let Cancer Kick Her A..! In 2008, she held a small get together with friends and the support was so overwhelming that an annual fundraising event was held each year after that for much needed research funds. This annual event brings cancer survivors along with their family and friends to celebrate life. It is also an evening of tribute to those we have lost to cancer.

New Cost of Care Study Released Today

Posted on Wednesday, November 30th, 2016

COST OF CARE CONVERSATIONS ARE NOT TAKING PLACE BETWEEN CANCER PATIENTS AND HEALTH CARE TEAM

Cancer Support Community study shows barriers Americans with cancer face in access and coverage

WASHINGTON – (Nov. 30, 2016) – A study released today shows that despite the rising complexity and cost of cancer care, few patients are having comprehensive care conversations with their health care providers, including conversations about costs. Further, only half of patients receive the psychosocial care they need to help them navigate the illness. The result is delays in care, increased out of pocket costs, lack of adherence to treatment, and potential negative overall patient outcomes.

The report, based on a survey of 1,046 people who have had cancer, demonstrates several key findings that offer insight into the patient experience with insurance across all coverage categories.

“Despite health reform efforts to provide more comprehensive caresolutions to patients, some patients today are experiencing treatment delays and increased out of pocket costs, often related to cost containment strategies they do not understand well,” said Kim Thiboldeaux, CEO of the Cancer Support Community.

Particular findings of interest include that when making decisions about their cancer treatment, 68 percent of patients did not talk about costs with their health care team. Additionally, 25 percent of patients said they are uncertain that they received the care they needed, and 43 percent of patients reported that over the past year, their out of pocket health care costs have been larger than expected.

Gilda’s Club Quad Cities is helping people navigate through the numerous and complex challenges of managing the cost of cancer care with their Frankly Speaking About Cancer: Coping with the Cost of Care eLearning Course.  Frankly Speaking About Cancer® is the Cancer Support Community’s landmark cancer education series that provides trusted information on a variety of topics important to people affected by cancer.  This latest series is a self-paced online course that you can complete one module at a time or complete the entire course in about 30 minutes.  This educational course is FREE and all you need is a computer or tablet with internet access.  “We are optimistic that by creating an educational program that can be completed at the time when it is most needed, more patients will get the support they need around financial issues, “said Melissa Wright, Program Director for Gilda’s Club Quad Cities.

A supplemental workbook is provided and you can easily obtain valuable information from the comfort of your own home or anywhere you access the internet.

To register and complete the course go to: www.gildasclubqc.org/webinars

For questions, contact Gilda’s Club at 563-326-7504 or kelly@gildasclubqc.org

Additional findings of the study include:

  • 22 percent of patients chose not to get recommended health care services (tests, treatment and prescription drugs) because of high out-of-pocket costs.
  • 73 percent of patients did not know the term “clinical pathways,” with 88 percent reporting not knowing or not being sure if their treatment was based on a clinical pathway.
  • Among those who reported a step therapy mandate or prior authorization requirement from their insurance company, up to 50 percent reported delays in starting treatment, changes to treatment decisions, and unexpected out-of-pocket costs. Over half had to wait 7-30 days to receive treatment. One person reported waiting 30-60 days.
  • More than half (53.3%) of patients reported not receiving social and/or emotional support as a part of their cancer care; more than 70 percent said they would have liked to receive these services.
  • Among the top concerns about health insurance, patients cited high out of pocket costs for services, high deductibles, high premiums, and high copays for medications.

The full report is available online at www.CancerSupportCommunity.org

 

Gilda’s Club Quad Cities to celebrate their volunteers with a “VolunCheers!” recognition event

Posted on Wednesday, October 26th, 2016

Gilda’s Club Quad Cities would like to celebrate all the wonderful volunteers that help make our organization so special for those impacted by cancer.  If you have volunteered for Gilda’s Club over the past year we would love for you and a guest to join us at our annual volunteer recognition event, “VolunCheers!”.

When:
Friday, November 11, 2016
5:00 to 7:00 p.m.
Where:
Gilda’s Club Quad Cities
1234 E. River Drive, Davenport, Iowa
What:
This is a happy hour event with appetizers, drinks (alcoholic and non-alcoholic) and live blues music provided by:
Concreteslim
Please RSVP: 563-326-7504 or pam@gildasclubqc.org
voluncheers

Gilda’s Club Quad Cities Launches New Program to Help People with Cancer Manage Stress

Posted on Monday, October 3rd, 2016

from-cancer-to-healthFrom Cancer to Health™ Gives Patients Information and Ways to Manage Their Health Throughout the Cancer Journey

Davenport, IA – October 2016 – Beginning Tuesday, November 1, 2016, Gilda’s Club Quad Cities is offering From Cancer to Health™, a program to help people recently diagnosed with cancer, including those undergoing treatment, to manage the stress of diagnosis and treatment.  Led by Gilda’s Club Program Manager Kelly Hendershot, LMSW, From Cancer to Health™ empowers people with cancer through 18 group sessions designed to teach effective strategies and techniques to better cope throughout the cancer journey.

Sessions will be held at Gilda’s Club Quad Cities (1234 East River Drive, Davenport, IA) beginning Tuesday, November 1st from 6:00 – 7:30 pm.

“More than 1.5 million people will be diagnosed with cancer this year,” said Barbara L. Andersen, professor of psychology at The Ohio State University and lead developer of From Cancer to Health™.  “People diagnosed with cancer feel a great deal of stress, and over time the stress can disrupt the healing process and a patient’s wellbeing.”

Research shows that patients participating in a trial of From Cancer to Health™ demonstrated less stress.  In addition, participants developed stronger immune systems, experienced greater social support, kept healthier diets, and had fewer physical side effects from treatment.

From Cancer to Health™ was designed by an expert panel of health psychologists at The Ohio State University through grants from the American Cancer Society and the National Cancer Institute.  Each week, [COUNSELORS] will help patients learn:

  • Strategies to help manage stress
  • Ways to lessen the impact of physical symptoms of cancer
  • Skills to cope with common problems faced by people with cancer

From Cancer to Health™ is grounded in more than a decade of research showing the positive effect that reducing stress has on the health of people with cancer,” said Melissa Wright, Program Director, Gilda’s Club.  “We are proud to offer this much-needed, cutting-edge program to help people with cancer in the Quad Cities.”

To learn more about From Cancer to Health™, visit contact Gilda’s Club at 563-326-7504 or melissa@gildasclubqc.org.

Download Program Flyer

About From Cancer to Health™
From Cancer to Health™ was designed with the specific needs of cancer patients in mind by an expert panel of health psychologists at The Ohio State University.  Developed through grants from the American Cancer Society and the National Cancer Institute, From Cancer to Health™ helps people with cancer manage the emotional, physical and social side effects of diagnosis and treatment.  For more information, please visit cancertohealth.osu.edu.

About Gilda’s Club
Free of charge, Gilda’s Club Quad Cities provides support, education and hope to all people affected by cancer.  As a Cancer Support Community affiliate, we are part of the largest employer of psychosocial oncology mental health professionals in the United States.  Our global network brings the highest quality cancer support to the millions of people touched by cancer.

18th Annual Noogiefest

Posted on Monday, October 3rd, 2016

noogiefestDavenport, Iowa (October, 2016) – Gilda’s Club is excited to announce its 18th Annual Noogiefest event to be held on Saturday, October 29th from 4 – 6 p.m. at Gilda’s Club (1234 East River Drive, Davenport).

Join us for a hauntingly good time with themed rooms, games, door prizes, goodies and more!

Children must be accompanied by an adult. Costumes are encouraged at this free family event that is open to the community. Event takes place rain or shine.

For questions about the event, contact Anita at 563-326-7504 or anita@gildasclubq.org.

Powerful documentary “Someone You Love: The HPV Epidemic” Makes Davenport Premiere with Special Screening at Gilda’s Club Quad Cities

Posted on Monday, October 3rd, 2016

Davenport (October, 2016) filmmakers Frederic Lumiere and Mark Hefti have annopicture1unced the Davenport premiere of their new film Someone You Love: The HPV Epidemic, with a special screening, on Tuesday, October 25, 2016 from 6:00 – 8:00 pm at the Gilda’s Club Quad Cities (1234 East River Drive, Davenport, IA).

The Human Papilloma Virus HPV may be the most widespread, misunderstood and potentially dangerous epidemic that most people hardly know anything about, Someone You Love reveals just how dangerous this virus can be, causing six different types of cancers in both men and women. Following five brave women’s stories who are afflicted by HPV and cervical cancer, the film also interviews some of the world’s top experts on the most common sexually transmitted infection in humans: HPV.

Screening: 

Tuesday, October 25, 2016, Gilda’s Club Quad Cities
Showtime: 6:00 – 8:00 pm, Dinner Included
For more information and to RSVP, please call 563-326-7504 or email melissa@gildasclubqc.org

UnityPoint Health – Trinity and Gilda’s Club Quad Cities are working collaboratively to provide the community with the opportunity to watch the documentary “Someone You Love: The HPV Epidemic”.

The documentary will be followed up with a panel discussion with:

  • Dr. Cheryl Faidley, OB/GYN
  • Dr. Bindu Alla, Family Practice Physician
  • Keirsten Anderson, Cervical Cancer Survivor

Panel members will be able to assist families in navigating the decision making process, address barriers to vaccination, share survivor stories, access to insurance, etc.

An alternative viewing opportunity will be held on Tuesday, October 25, 2016 from 5:30 – 8:00 pm at the Muscatine Community College Student Center (152 Colorado St, Muscatine).

This program is made possible by the Iowa Cancer Consortium.

About Someone You Love: “I wish the cancer would have killed you!” These are the chilling words of Susie’s husband when he learned that her cancer was caused by HPV, a sexually transmitted virus. Narrated by Vanessa Williams, this poignant documentary takes a look into the lives of five women affected by HPV, the widely misunderstood and controversial virus that causes several types of cancer, including cervical. Each of these women has an intimate story to tell. For Susie, Tamika and Christine, it’s a story of survivorship that comes with misconceptions, stigma, shame, heartbreak, pain and triumph. For the Forbes’ family, it’s about coping with the loss of their daughter Kristen and trying to prevent it from happening to others like her. Others like Kelly, who at 31 years began her cancer journey. The cameras follow Kelly on her epic battle to save her marriage, her career, her family and ultimately, her life. 80 percent of all people under 50 years of age will have a strain of the virus at some point in their lives and most will not even realize they have it. Cervical cancer is almost exclusively caused by HPV and it is the 2nd leading cancer in women. Worldwide, cervical cancer kills over 250,000 women every year.

About the Filmmakers: Frederic Lumiere: Frederic is an award winning producer, director & editor who has been making films and television documentaries for 20 years. Some of his credits include the © Emmy Award winning series WWII in HD (History), The Wereth Eleven (Discovery), Tomorrow is Today (Cinemax), RAW WAR (AHC), Normandy’s 100 Days (Arromanches 360), Sacrifice (Nat Geo-TF1), Father McGivney (PBS) and more recently Someone You Love: The HPV Epidemic. He is the recipient of numerous awards including an Emmy nomination and an Outstanding Editing in Television Nomination from the Hollywood Post Alliance.

Mark Hefti: Mark is an award-winning writer and producer who began his film-writing career when he co-wrote the award-winning feature films Fandom (Cinequest) and An American Vampire In America. After Executive Producing and penning the award winning short film Play Ball, Mark went on to write and produce the feature film Tomorrow Is Today (starring Scout Taylor-Compton). Mark has received the Park Avenue Award at the New York Screenplay contest as well as top awards at the Slamdance Film Festival script competition as well as the NexTV Writing competition and Hollywood Screenplay contest.

About the production company: Lumiere Media, Inc. is an independent production company based outside of Philadelphia, PA. Founded by French-Born, Emmy-nominated filmmaker Frederic Lumiere, Lumiere Media aims to illuminate the world with powerful stories that celebrate the triumph of the human spirit. Since it’s formation in 2001, Lumiere Media has developed and created compelling, immersive, and engaging programming for various television networks around the world including Cinemax (Tomorrow is Today), National Geographic Channel (The Wereth Eleven), American Heroes Channel (RAW WAR: The Lost Film of DakTo), and TF1 (Sacrifice). Lumiere Media also produced an innovative nine screen installation in 2013, comprised entirely of HD archival footage gathered from around the world, that wraps the entire theater of the Arromanches Museum in Normandy, immersing viewers in a full 360-degree, one-of-a-kind experience.

Runtime:  Approx. 80 minutes
Official Website & Trailer: www.hpvepidemic.com
Directed and edited by: Frederic Lumiere
Written by: Mark Hefti
Cast: Vanessa Williams, Kelly Pozzoli, Kristen Forbes, Tamika Felder, Christine Baze, Susie Carillo.

To obtain a full list of cast and press kit, please email hpvepidemic@lumieremedia.com

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Contact:    

Melissa Wright
Program Director
Gilda’s Club Quad Cities
(563) 326-7504 (office)
melissa@gildasclubqc.org

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