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HOPE Givers

Hope Help Healing Winter 2016

OUR MISSION The mission of the Bismarck Cancer Center is to make locally available the highest quality, stateof-the-art radiation therapy services to persons with cancer within the Bismarck service area. Such services shall be delivered, insofar as possible, without regard to reimbursement, and always in a supportive compassionate, and caring manner. The Bismarck Cancer Center’s annual Hope Giver’s Extraordinaire Event was held on Thursday, November 17, at the Bismarck Ramkota Hotel. There were over 150 people in attendance at this appreciation event aimed at thanking businesses, groups, and organizations who helped support the Bismarck Cancer Center Foundation in 2016.

“ The Hope Giver’s Extraordinaire is one of my favorite events,” said BCC’s Executive Director Amy Gross. “Bringing together a crowd of individuals who have given their time, energy, resources, and talent to help us serve those with cancer is beyond humbling.”

The Hope Giver’s Extraordinaire is an opportunity to say ‘thank you’ to the community that supports the Center through donations, in-kind gifts, special events, volunteer time and countless hours of energy. Because of the generosity of so many in 2016, the Bismarck Cancer Center was able to give over 2,000 massages, 500 physical therapy evaluations and referrals, 600 counseling sessions with patients and family, housing assistance to 150 patients, dietary support to 300 patients, over 1,000 REACH support visits and 1,500 survivorship visits. The evening started with a social, hors d’oeuvres and a saxophone serenade by the Cancer Center’s own Jay Risk. Center Director Amy Gross welcomed

everyone and presented a tribute to former Director Ken Dykes (Bismarck Cancer Center’s original Hope Giver) to honor his years of service with the Bismarck Cancer Center. Mr. Dykes lost his battle to cancer in June of 2016. Those that have helped the Bismarck Cancer Center in the past year were presented with appreciation certificates. Special awards were presented to Applefest for the ‘My Hero Event’ award, Deb Colton for the ‘My Hero Inspiration’ award, BCC Volunteers for the ‘My Hero Volunteer’ award, and Bertie Bishop for the ‘My Hero Caregiver’ award. The evening came to an emotional close as the crowd watched Judi Swanberg’s survivor video and listened to her retell the story of her cancer journey and share


A New Year

Amy Gross Executive Director

brings new faces, more space & as always, a

With the holiday season approaching, I wanted to take time to thank all of our healthcare providers and rural communities for supporting the Bismarck Cancer Center over the past year. We feel very blessed to have such a passionate staff and state of-the-art technology as we care for so many in need of safe, quality cancer care.  As we move into the New Year, we look forward to a newly remodeled clinic, providing more exam rooms and space for our support services.   We are also excited to announce that we anticipate a new Radiation Oncologist joining Dr. Dufan and Dr. Russo in 2017.       Our Foundation efforts are at the forefront of our focus, as our needs continue to grow for support services that are essential to a comprehensive cancer program.  With the help of funds raised through the Foundation, we are able to provide

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complimentary or low-cost services to so many.   Such services include but are not limited to patient lodging and gas cards for those patients that have to travel for their radiation treatments, massage therapy, spiritual and emotional care, physical therapy, survivorship care and dietary counseling.  As always, if there’s ever anything the Bismarck Cancer Center can do to help you, please reach out to us online or by calling at 701.222.6100. 

Wishing happy holidays from our staff to yours. We look forward to continuing to provide hope, help and healing in 2017!

Bismarck Cancer Center Construction Update! We are very excited to be undergoing a remodel at The Bismarck Cancer Center that will provide increased patient care areas. We will be adding additional exam rooms, support services space, an expanded waiting area and additional changing rooms for the patients. Since the remodel will take over much of the area we already have, we will be adding a conference room that will hold many functions from support groups to staff meetings and a new garage. With the nice weather this fall, the construction crew was able to get a good start on the project! We are looking forward to being in our new space in the summer of 2017.

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BCCF STAFF NEWS New Employees Introduced Macy recently joined the BCC staff as a PRN Radiation Therapist. She attended Mount Mary College in Yankton, SD where she received a Radiology Technology degree. Additional schooling included Mitchell Technical Institute in Mitchell, SD.

Carissa started at the Bismarck Cancer Center earlier this fall as a Radiation Therapist. She previously worked at CHI St. Alexius as a Radiologic Technologist. Carissa obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Radiologic Technology from the University of Mary. She then attended the Mayo School of Health Sciences.

Nursing Conference Update A successful All Oncology Nursing Conference was held in November at the Radisson Hotel in Bismarck. Over 70 nurses attended from all over North Dakota. This premiere educational conference focused on educating nurses on providing comprehensive care to oncology patients by enhancing their awareness of up-to-date information. Topics covered included palliative care overview, cancer fatigue, nuclear medicine and the oncology patient, radiation therapy for skin cancers and more. A special guest speaker was melanoma cancer survivor Ashley Seykora. Other speakers included Dr. Tarek Dufan and Dr. Kyle Russo as well as other medical professionals from the Bismarck/Mandan area.

BCCF Chosen as YP Partner of the Year The Bismarck-Mandan Young Professionals Network (YP) is a group of around 250 like-minded young professionals looking to enhance the BismarckMandan community through professional development, entrepreneurship, community service and social networking. One of the main goals is to connect their members to other organizations in the community. Each year, the service team establishes a partnership with a non-profit organization within the Bismarck-Mandan community. This relationship provides YP with a community networking partner while providing support services, enhancing quality of life, and focusing on community betterment for the selected non-profit. At a recent YP meeting, the Bismarck Cancer Center Foundation was selected as the YP Partner of the Year! YP members will focus on offering fundraising and volunteer support for the Foundation from October 2016 – September 2017. The YP hosts a variety of events and programs throughout the year for members and guests. Whether it’s making friends, professional development or getting connected to service needs in the community,YP offers something for everyone. Members are encouraged to attend events and/ or programs that meet their personal and professional goals. For more information about the Bismarck-Mandan YP Network, visit www.ypnetwork.org.

Bismarck Cancer Center Foundation Advisory Board Zanne Ness How many years have you served on the BCCF Advisory Board? A little over one year. What is your favorite movie or TV show? My favorite television program is “Call the Midwife.” It is a period piece set in London in a monastery of women who serve as midwives for the poorest section of the city. What is one thing on your bucket list? One thing on my bucket list is for my husband and I to make a trip to Ireland. What do you do in your spare time? I smile at the question. Since I retired from my profession as a psychologist about ten years ago, my concept of work versus leisure has blended into one focus of simply living life each day. My activities include volunteer work at BCC and Ministry on the Margins, serving as an Episcopal priest and spiritual director, reading, and playing duplicate bridge. What motivated you to get involved with the foundation? Knowing Ken Dykes a few years ago was my introduction to the Center and to the Foundation.  Since then, I have come to appreciate deeply the team of people who work for and with the Foundation.  The goals relate directly to caring for the lives of those affected with cancer.  It is so very real. What is your favorite/most memorable moment since being on the board? My most memorable moment was being at the Center one day when I first heard the bell ring.  I have no idea who rang it or what the circumstances of the person were.  I only knew in one instant that I wanted to be part of the effort.   Why are you passionate about supporting the Bismarck Cancer Center? I am passionate about support for the BCC because there is almost no waste of resources.  Time, space, and compassion are given generously to all who come there.  I am passionate because the BCC is about the sacred rhythm of giving and receiving.  The staff give far more than their job descriptions and patients receive extraordinary care.  Volunteers give time and resources and patients receive extra services that soften their journeys with cancer.  Patients give back inexpressible gratitude that keeps everyone energized and full.  Sometimes patients give their time and resources as volunteers so that others can receive the benefits they did.  And what all give, they receive back many times over in knowing the high level of good that is accomplished in the fight against cancer. BISMARCK CANCER CENTER

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BCCF EVENTS Hunting Dakota with Roosevelt

Applefest The 10th Annual Applefest at Buckstop Junction was a huge success for the Bismarck Cancer Center. With new events like the Apple of My Eye Pageant, a daily parade with local marching bands, and an attempt to break a world record in apple bobbing, this year’s Applefest was bigger and better than ever. Community members also came out to enjoy the apple flavored treats, live entertainment, children’s games and more. “Spreading the word about what the Bismarck Cancer Center can do to help local cancer patients, and having a great time with family and friends is what Applefest is all about,” said Applefest co-chair Melissa Klein. Over the past 10 years, Applefest has raised over $350,000 thanks to the many guests who came to support the Foundation.

Paint the Town Pink On a beautiful fall day, this year’s “Paint the Town Pink” downtown shopping event was great success. New this year was a passport game where shoppers picked up a passport from one of the participating businesses and received stamps throughout their shopping experience. The completed passport was turned in at an after-party at the Broadway Grill & Tavern where attendees enjoyed pink Michelob Ultra, delicious food, and a silent auction to benefit the Bismarck Cancer Center Foundation. This event provided shoppers with the opportunity to eat, drink and shop at small businesses in Bismarck and Mandan all while spreading awareness and raising money for a great cause.

We Got Hope Generosity. A word that describes the Bismarck-Mandan community and the support the Bismarck Cancer Center receives through fundraisers and events like We Got Hope. We Got Hope is an event put on by Bismarck Cancer Center Foundation awesome board member Carol Hanson. Carol has organized many events for the Cancer Center, and this year’s event was another great success. The evening event was held at The Drink in Mandan, and participants enjoyed music, a wine pull, prizes and good friends. Over $1,400 was raised for the Bismarck Cancer Center Foundation.

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Blessed with good weather by Mother Nature, Hunting Dakota with Roosevelt, a Theodore Roosevelt themed upland game bird hunt, was once again a huge success for the Bismarck Cancer Center Foundation. On a beautiful fall Saturday, landowners from Western North Dakota generously donated their land for a day of ring-neck pheasant and sharp-tail grouse hunting for a good cause. Sponsors and hunters attended a Friday evening banquet in Bismarck to connect and raise some money before the Saturday hunt near Medora. To complete the weekend, landowners, hunters, sponsors, survivors, volunteers and friends celebrated with a Saturday night dinner, raffle, and silent and live auction with proceeds going to help the Foundation complete its mission.

Bucks for Bras Borrowed Bucks Roadhouse, the American Cancer Society and the Bismarck Cancer Center Foundation particiatped in the 6th Annual Bucks for Bras benefit event on Wednesday, October 19. The Bucks for Bras auction highlighted the talents of area artists through the glamorization of the brassiere. In addition to the auctions, there was also entertainment, appetizers and drink specials throughout the evening. This year’s event raised over $50,000 to be split between the BCC Foundation and the American Cancer Society.

Spook Out Cancer Puklich Chevrolet held the 2nd Annual Spook Out Cancer event on Halloween day as part of a monthlong breast cancer awareness program. The public was invited to trunk-or-treat in the showroom, participate in pick-a prize raffle, and enjoy the fun spirit of Halloween. Funds raised during the event and the month-long pink-out promotion were donated to the Bismarck Cancer Center Foundation and the American Cancer Society.


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BCCF UPCOMING EVENTS

Thirty-One Bags

Masks in the Moonlight

Everyone loves receiving a bag filled with goodies, and Emily Dolinar’s donation will help those going through cancer treatment smile a little bigger. This fall, Emily donated over $1,000 worth of ThirtyOne bags filled with a variety of gifts for those receiving treatment at the Bismarck Cancer Center. Emily’s in the business of Thirty-One Gifts which is a business founded in 2003 with one simple goal in mind – to help women by giving them an opportunity to run their own successful business. Not only that, but Thirty-One bags are a fashionable, functional product to make life easier. These generous gifts from Emily will be appreciated by many individuals at the Cancer Center.

Caribou

The 4th Annual Masks in the Moonlight Charity Ball will take place February 4, 2017, at Sixteen03 Main Events. Last year almost 300 people attended this exciting event! This year’s Charity Ball will feature live music, dancing, dinner, special entertainment and more. In addition, a live and silent auction will be held. Items include jewelry, trips, gift baskets and more. Individual tickets are available for purchase as well as table sponsorships. Tickets can be purchased at the Bismarck Cancer Center. All proceeds of this event benefit the Bismarck Cancer Center Foundation. Last year’s event raised over $60,000!

Giving Hearts Day

If you’re from the Bismarck-Mandan area, you may have noticed that Caribou Coffee is becoming a staple for many coffee drinkers. During October, Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Yorktown Drive Caribou Coffee held a promotion to provide pink-packaged coffee beans to the Bismarck Cancer Center. Amy Erickson was Caribou Coffee’s original roastmaster who lost her battle with breast cancer in 1995. Every year, through the pink-branded Amy’s Blend collection, Caribou celebrates Amy and supports those impacted by Cancer. The Bismarck Cancer Center received over 100 bags of coffee to distribute to patients and use for visitors at the Center.

We encourage you to donate to the Bismarck Cancer Center Foundation on Giving Hearts Day to help provide hope, help and healing to our area cancer patients.

Car Dealerships

Fred Kist Pinochle Tournament

Throughout the month of October, several car dealerships in the Bismarck-Mandan area showed their support by running pink promotions. Eide Ford donated $25 per car sold, totaling $5000. In addition, salesman Christopher Hill donated an individual donation of $500 after meeting his personal goal of 20 cars sold that month. Bismarck Motor Company and their in-house coffee shop Perks Coffee donated over $1000. We appreciate their support!

BCCF CALENDAR OF EVENTS February 4 February 9 February 18

Masks in the Moonlight Giving Hearts Day Fred Kist Memorial Pinochle Tournament

Visit www.bismarckcancercenter.com for more information.

The Bismarck Cancer Center Foundation is once again participating in the Impact Foundation’s Giving Hearts Day on February 9, 2017. On this day, simply go to www.impactgiveback.org and click on the Giving Hearts Day “Donate” button. Giving Hearts Day was started in 2008 by Dakota Medical Foundation and Impact Foundation as the region’s first one-day virtual fundraising event. In 2017, a generous donor has agreed to match the first $10,000 of donations made on February 9!

The 6th Annual Fred Kist Memorial Pinochle Tournament will be held Saturday, February, 18 2017 at the Bismarck Eagles Club. Tournament play will start at 9 a.m., with check-in beginning at 7:30 a.m. A total of 64 hands will be played with cash payouts for the top 10 teams. Pre-registration deadline for the tournament is February 11.  Team fees are $50 and individuals are $25 per person.  The tournament is limited to the first paid 150 teams and you must be 21 years of age to participate. The tournament is held in memory of Fred Kist of Mandan. Proceeds of the tournament will benefit the Bismarck Cancer Center Foundation. A silent auction will be held and door prizes will be given away throughout the day. To register a team, call 701-222-6100 or visit bismarckcancercenterfoundation.com

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Special thanks to those who have donated to the Bismarck Cancer Center Foundation since our last newsletter

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Raymond & Anna Hornung David & Donna Lee Claudia Burrer Beverly Ann Kane Alvina Schell Logan Griffin Karol Hoffman Kandy Kasper Charles Bosch Jerald & Mary Petersen Edgewood Vista Mandan Leonard & Ernestine Voegele Judy Burns In Memory of Holly Farwell Joann Schmitz In Memory of Eunice Dockter Marjean Boe In Memory of Jim Tschaekofske Sheri Sorby In Memory of Caroline Belohlavek Donna & Larry Jenkins In Memory of Marjorie Sondrol Vyron Lelm Turtle Lake/Turtle LakeMercer Alumni Association In Memory of Diane Berger Mr. & Mrs. Jeff Weitzel In Memory of Nancy Toman Shawna Lelm In Memory of Shirley Sackman Bob & Jill Wiese Linda & Larry Maslowski In Memory of Christine Kraus David & Ruby Perhus David & Ellen Swenson Daniel & Charlotte Neurohr In Memory of Steven Steele Fran & Jon Joersz Mr. & Mrs. Richard Bickert Mr. & Mrs. Wade Warren Gary & Judy Vasey Gerry & Karla Pfau Theresa & Troy Schuchard Terry & Elaine Pfaff Leo & Lillian Johs 6

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Donald & Kathleen Nordquist Darwin & Carlotta Fischer Timothy & Carol Cristilli In Memory of Bonnie Albrecht Allan Foltz Michelle Halone Walt & Donna Weaver Larry & Sylvia Schell Darlene Anagnost Adeline Houston Wayne Houston Arnold Kosobud & Brenda Schafer Wilfred Wolf In Memory of Delmar Svihovec Veronica Svihovec In Memory of Diane Berger Linda Weiss In Memory of Gerald Heihn Esther Fleischer Joe & Carol Mitzel In Memory of Ronnie Leintz Lynn & Mary Bueling In Memory of Paulette Gimbel Daniel & Lori Reis Toby & Julie Mertz Dave & Nicole Hoekstra Linda & Mike Schumacher Robert & Evelyn Nelson Nancy & Dave Reis JT & Sylvia Weisser Richard & Marilyn Carrier Marie Hoerner Joleen & Charles Leier Joan & Philip Pfeifer In Memory of Milo Hanson Loretta & Peter Hanson In Memory of Erwin Geigle Vyron Lelm In Memory of Katie Gregory & Emil Gregory Maurice & Bernette Obrigewitch In Memory of Lillian Sandwick & Paulette Gimbel Kathleen & Carroll Lalum In Memory of Richard Lahr Erna Lahr Thomas & Donna Remboldt

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In Memory of Lillian Sandwick Duane & Janice Baer Donna & Marvin Scherr In Memory of James Wallal Lynn Tweden In Memory of Marci Lund George & Elaine Fried In Memory of Karen Oas & Marlow Shefstad Norris & Muriel Anderson In Memory of Katie Prins Delaino & Norleen Helm In Memory of Debbie Wold Rod & Marlene Hanson In Memory of Lynn Strombeck Judy Sauter Hal & Sheila Peterson Ronald & Neva Carlisle Ken & Lana Hoffman In Memory of Jerry Slag Iva Slag In Memory of Lynn Strombeck Rick & Nancy Detwiller In Celebration of Linda Schumacher Mike & Linda Schumacher

CARE GIVER $50 -$99

Wilbert Herner Laverna Janke Joseph & Jean Barth Larry Goodmanson Irene Ann Linseth Dwane & Roberta Noon Joyce Lipsett Wayne & Christi Papke Fay & Lynn Connell Kelli Wilson Sandra Schulz Rita Pfeifer In Memory of Ruth Weinberger Al & Jane Christianson In Celebration of Jim Frohlich Dianne Hopfauf In Memory of Hilda Retzer Andrea Wike In Memory of Tim Elsberndt Don & Karen Emineth In Memory of Steven Steele Mary Lou & Anton Johs Anonymous Amanda McGuire Marcel & Jodell Bourgois Bertha O’Connor In Celebration of Good Health Kenneth & Leona Lohstreter In Memory of Christine Kraus Allan Jacobs Shelley Flaget Shila Schleppenbach In Memory of Bonnie Albrecht Dr. Deb Jensen

Lisa Well Ivan Nodolf Michael & Judy Donahue Carol & Lynn Beiswanger Rebecca & Rodney Brudvig In Memory of Vivian Sprynczynatyk Bonnie & John Fischer In Memory of Lorris Wetzel Bonnie & John Fischer In Memory of Terry Whitmore Mr. & Mrs. Jason Kerner In Honor of Claudia Russell Mary Ann Carlson In Memory of Joe, John, Marie, Bobbi & Marge Ed & Brenda Roller In Memory of Ulane “Buster” Franklund Bernice Franklund In Memory of Hope Brown Pam & Kelly Trueblood In Memory of Ken Dykes Barbara & Gary Livermont In Memory of Marie Wolfe Marvin & Ann Wert In Memory of Patricia Strait, John Norlen & Shane Jensen Rod & Peni Christianson In Memory of Paulette Gimbel Margo Kramer Cindy & Steven Kurtz In Memory of Bob Matzke Diane Matzke In Memory of Jane Thompson Roxanne Zimmerman In Memory of Sheila Klecker Ted & Emily Cash In Memory of Lillian Sandwick Jerilyn & Will Macdonald In Memory of Jeanne Charbonneau Jay & Lisa Johnson In Memory of Terry Whitmore Lisa Schorsch In Memory of Bonnie Flaagan Reid Flaagan In Memory of Lynn Strombeck Norm & Jill Weigel Tim & Tammy Bohan In Memory of Muriel Heit John & Janet Doerner In Memory of Otto Kracht Glenda Korgel In Honor of Lori Rudland Marvin Hochhalter


STRENGTH GIVER $100 - $249

Norma S. Lundstrom Jacobson Family Reunion Jeffrey Klein Neil & Doris Buchholz Kevin Austin Athena & Vasiliki Daniolos Susan Saeman ND Protection & Advocacy Project Herschel White Lightning Mike & Jeannie Koffler Allen Ryberg Gerald & Darlene Friesz David Hunter Gerald Sticka Marla Trail Rolland & Corky Messmer Art Gallerie on Main Bisman Bombshellz, Inc. Dean or Alvina Affolter ND Department of Commerce employees TJ Maxx employees Candace Martian Oscar & Helena Ebel Louise Volesky Donald & Caroleene Jorgensen In Honor of All those who have lost, won and are fighting the battle North Dakota State Auditor’s Office In Memory of Scott Alfstad Mary Jane Herr In Memory of Steven Steele Capri Hair Styling Salon, Inc. Brian & De Bergeson Jiran Architects & Planners, P.C. In Memory of Ken Dykes Andy & Barb Wilson Paul & Irene Latham In Memory of Joseph Schulte Jo Ann & Stephen Larson In Memory of Alvie R. Jarratt Dale Ely & Shannon McQuade-Ely HUB International Duemelands Commercial Real Estate In Memory of Lois Samuelson Harry Samuelson In Memory of Baldwin J. Lauinger Grace Lauinger In Memory of Elaine Mead Dave Mead & family In Memory of Jane Thompson Lillian Hunke In Honor of Amy Gross Anton & Sharon Gross In Memory of Mike Kramer & Mike’s Sisters Maggie Kramer

In Memory of Helen Loeb Marilyn Wagner In Memory of Dan Nelson & Carl Svensen Greta Nelson In Honor of Cancer Survivors C&R Radiator and Ralph Malsam Body Shop In Memory of Gerald Heihn Selma Heihn In Memory of Karen Anderson, Orris Grove, & Bonnie Zander Darryl & Eunice Anderson In Celebration of Fran Cornell Jim Cornell In Memory of Paulette Gimbel Dude Gimbel Martin & Nancy Thompson In Memory of Larry Krueger Ron & Amy Lamm In Memory of Ethel Hanson-Jespersen Shirley Klein In Memory of Dennis L. Adams Sandra Adams In Memory of Lillian Sandwick Allan & Pet Brilz In Memory of Loretta Silk Richard Twete In Honor of Cancer Survivors & those going through treatment Centennial Elementary, Bismarck In Memory of Ken Gerving Friends of Judy Stolz In Memory of Lynn Strombeck Terese Murphy Violet Boyer Duane & Patty Steffes In Memory of Preston Keller Brent Geiss

SUPPORT GIVER $250-$499

Hub International Dakota West Credit Union Jerry & Sandy Heck Dakota Community Bank & Trust- Glen Ullin Rent-A-Center In Celebration of Nadine Sovig Bruce Zimney In Honor of those we have lost to cancer, those who are still fighting cancer, and those who are cancer survivors. Harry & Barb England – Family Reunion In Memory of Steven Steele Serena Dietrich

In Memory of Christine Kraus Maria & Wolfgang Mockler In Memory of Connie Enerson SouthWest Area Support Staff group In Memory of Ken Dykes Give 5 to Cancer In Memory of Bonnie Albrecht Family & Friends of Bonnie In Memory of Lillian Sandwick David & Sherri Field In Memory of Richard Lahr Doug & Amy Remboldt & Family In Celebration of being a Cancer Survivor & wanting to “pay it forward” Carol Reinert

COURAGE GIVER $500 - $999

Workforce Safety & Insurance employees Christopher Hill Bridget’s Room In Memory of Loretta Bernard Dave & Lori Pfennig In Memory of Verdella Schnabel & Ruth Schnabel Donald Schnabel In Memory of Missy Balkowitsch Give 5 to Cancer In Memory of Donna Hendrickson Gerald Hendrickson In Memory of Myrtle Reimers Linda Gradin In Memory of Paulette Gimbel Kathy & Mylo Kramer In Honor of all in Kidder County affected by Cancer Kidder County Lady Pirates Volleyball In Memory of Dianne Berger Charles L. Meduna

HOPE GIVER $1,000 - $4,999

Bob’s Fireworks City, Inc. Helen & Darryl Schatz Bismarck High School Football Boosters Thomas & Patricia Smrekar Mane Expressions LLP Bismarck Motor Company & Perks Coffee

In Memory of Lynn Strombeck David & Sherri Field In Honor of those struggling with cancer Hubbard Feeds

LIFE GIVER $5,000 - $9,999

Rockstad Real Estate & Investments Inc. Eide Ford Bernie & Mabel Weisz Puklich Chevrolet, Inc. In Memory of Connie Wolf McQuade Distributing Co.

WISH GIVER $10,000 + Leanna Wentz

IN-KIND DONATIONS Ann & TJ Stewart Leo Wolf Sears – Gateway Mall Lyn Shoemaker Brandi Malarkey Arlyce Malarkey Mylo & Kathy Kramer Margo Kramer Todd & Lori Ell Flickertail Woodcarvers Amy Bieber Sherwin-Williams Paint Store, North Bismarck Dutch Mill Florist Prince of Peace Lutheran Church – Women’s Missionary Federation, Beulah Knit One, Pray Too – Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church, Park River Carol Reinert Kristi Hintz Eileen McEnroe Lillian Sandwick Family In Memory of Agnes Aman Duane Aman In Memory of Daryl Jorgenson June Jorgenson In Honor of those going through treatment Donna Schatz In Honor of Survivors Kris Bogar In Celebration of Cancer Survivors Devona Browning

Every effort has been made to ensure accuracy of gift reporting. If an error has been made in your giving history, please contact us at 701-222-6100.Thank you!

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BCC Winter 2016  

Bismarck Cancer Center's winter 2016 newsletter.

BCC Winter 2016  

Bismarck Cancer Center's winter 2016 newsletter.

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