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Fly Away with The Bridge benefits The Bridge Breast Network Print E-mail
by Sharon Adams    Thu, Feb 18, 2010, 08:21 am

Join in the party on Saturday, February 27 at the fabulous Marc Events for Fly Away With The Bridge

the annual event to benefit The Bridge Breast Network, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to save lives by linking low income uninsured individuals to diagnostic and treatment services for breast cancer, and will be an evening of entertainment, dancing, silent and live auctions, services auction, food and beverages.

Date of Event:  Saturday, February 27, 2010; 7:30-11:00PM

Location of Event:  Marc Events, 1130 Dragon Street, Dallas, Texas.

Chairs: Board Member Suzanne Bock Grishman and her husband, Michael Grishman

Co-Chairs: Board Members Anita Schoenfeld and Linda Yater.

Honorary Chair: Yvonne Crum 











(Photo taken at the Host Committee Announcement party at Banks Fine Art sponsored in part by Wendy Krispin Caterer. Pictured from left are: Anita Schoenfeld, co-chair, Fly Away With The Bridge; Dale Hruby, President, Board of Directors, The Bridge; Maloree Banks, hostess, owner of Banks Fine Art; Michael Grishman and Suzanne Bock Grishman, Event co-chairs, Fly Away With The Bridge.)

Ticket prices start at $100.00 for General Admission with sponsorships available.

Host Committee: Lee Bailey, Barbara Brice, Laurence and Sher Briggs, Heidi Dillon, Paula and Mark Driedger, Karen Castleman Harris and Alan Harris, Lindsay and Chuck Jacaman, Linda Armstrong Kelly and Ed Kelly, Rodger Kobes, M.D., Carolyn C. Lupton, Carter and Jill Malouf, Donald and Dian Malouf, Lynn and Allan McBee, Honorable Pauline Medrano, Debi and Mike Moses, Ruth Buzzi and Kent Perkins, Dan Pritchett, Jill and Tracy Rowlett, Carol Seay, Pat Smith, Dee and Charles Wyly, Dr. Mason and Sherri Yeary.

Media Sponsor: Modern Luxury Dallas.

History and Mission: The Bridge Breast Network is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to save lives by linking low income uninsured individuals to diagnostic and treatment services for breast cancer. The Bridge serves uninsured and underinsured women and men in 16 counties in the DFW area.

In the past decade, The Bridge has served over 78,000 North Texas women and connected more than 10,000 with medical treatment. The Bridge was founded in 1992 to serve as the link between uninsured and under insured women and men and the life-saving care they so desperately need. Only through the help of volunteers and generous donations from the North Texas community is The Bridge able to carry out this vital mission. Status or circumstance shouldn’t be a factor in a woman’s fight against breast cancer. Cancer doesn’t care whether a woman is Asian or Caucasian, 16 or 60, insured or not. The care shouldn’t discriminate either.

 For every dollar donated, Bridge clients receive nearly 10 times that amount in medical care.  Over 235 physicians in the metro-plex have graciously volunteered their professional services and 49 medical facilities have greatly reduced their fees to make such a large discount possible. Your tax-deductible donation goes toward lifesaving evaluations and treatment, such as biopsies, medication, and chemotherapy.  

For more information about the FLY AWAY WITH THE BRIDGE EVENT contact Gretchen G. Kelly, Event Coordinator at    This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it   call

(214) 821-3820 · Fax (214) 821-0869 ·

Sponsors and Host Committee as of February 17, 2010




Kendall Law Group, LLP

Modern Luxury Dallas



Moncrief Cancer Resources



Ben E. Keith Company

Dallas Light and Sound





Art Russell Photography


Digital 3


LPY Consulting, LLC

Marc Events

The Richards Group

Anita Schoenfeld



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