Fundraiser: Annual Dinner Cruise – Donations $65 Saturday, April 16, 2016
Saturday, December 13, 2014 from 8 am - 2 pm.
Location donated by Dr. Frogue's Hair Salon, 2535 MLK Jr. Street South (corner 9th Street & 26th Ave South), St. Petersburg, FL 33705
Come join us, sell your Goods and Put Your Profit in Your Pocket!!
**Your sale items may not include Food or Drink**** Secure your Space for only $10. Limited Space Available! Set up includes 10x10 area (space does not include a table). Please feel free to bring your tent/gazebo.
Sistahs of Compassion reserve the right to sell food and beverage items. We'll be preparing and selling Fish combos for only $6.00 with your choice of....Fish, Grits and Beverage....or Fish Sandwich, Desert and Beverage
Music will be donated by DJ BAKE
RESERVE your Space! Please contact call or text 727-455-7827
If you don't have items to sell that's OK....Please join us for FELLOWSHIP, FUN , FINDING Treasures and hot FISH combos!!
A portion of proceeds benefit, Sistahs of Compassion Supporting Cancer Survivors, Inc. Certified non-profit 501c3 organization.
Our Annual Dinner Cruise will be a Private Charter aboard ,
"The Starlite Sapphire Yacht"
out of South Pasadena, Fl.!
Save the date
Join us for a night filled with Fun, Raffles, Dancing, and light refreshments.
Theme, "Color Me Royalty...Night of Compassion"
Please wear Colors of Royalty ..Purple, Green or Gold
A Dress to Impress Affair!
**You may also purchase a ticket to donate to a Survivor who's unable to purchase their own!**
Listen to Deep Soul Radio with Jerri & Bo on "Is It Just Me Show"... Cherrye Baker Introduces Sistahs of Compassion, Supporting Cancer Survivors" and Survivors & Supporters share personal testimonies! Fabulous information for those needing cancer care without being insured.
Sistahs of Compassion is hosting a COMMUNITY YARD SALE!!!
Saturday, Oct. 12, 2013 from 8 am - 3 pm.
Location donated by Dr. Frogue's Hair Salon, 2535 MLK Jr. St. South (corner MLK Jr. St. & 26th Ave South), St. Petersburg, FL 33705
Come join us, sell your Goods and Put Your Profit in Your Pocket.
**Your sale items may not include Food or Drink****
Secure your Space for only $10. Limited Space Available! Set up includes an 8x10 area (space does not include a table)
Sistahs of Compassion reserve the right to sell food and beverage
items. We'll be preparing and selling Fish combos.
Music / Glenn Baker aka DJ BAKE
Please contact us at 727-362-8935 to RESERVE your space! Or you may call or text me directly 727-455-7827
If you don't have items to sell that's OK....Please join us for FELLOWSHIP, FUN , FINDING Treasures and Hot
***Please Spread the word - share with others***
Greetings Everyone: Sistahs of Compassion Supporting Cancer Survivors, Inc. is hosting Community Support meeting with........Karen L. Hicks, Master Colourist & Chemical Specialist; Certified Hair Extensions and Replacement; American Board of Cosmetology Certified and Accredited is the speaker for the evening from THE HAIR HOSPITAL.Karen b will be sharing valuable information on how to heal and care for your hair. If your hair happens to be a mess, don't stress! THE HAIR HOSPITAL can fix it. If your hair is beautiful Karen will help you keep it that way :)Where: Dwight Jones Center,1035 Burlington Avenue North, St. Petersburg, FL 33705 When: Thursday, September 26, 2013 from 5:30-5:45 pmAll are welcome to attend...Survivors, Patients, Supporters, Caregivers, Family and Friendswww.sistahsofcompassion.org email@example.com 727-362-8935***Please feel free to invite others :)Regards, Cherrye Baker Event Coordinator
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What is osteopenia? Osteopenia refers to bone mineral density (BMD) that is lower than normal peak BMD but not low enough to be classified as osteoporosis. Bone mineral density is a measurement of the level of minerals in the bones, which shows how dense and strong they are. If your BMD is low compared to normal peak BMD, you are said to have osteopenia. Having osteopenia means there is a greater risk that, as time passes, you may develop BMD that is very low compared to normal, known as osteoporosis. What causes osteopenia?
Bones naturally become thinner as people grow older because, beginning in middle age, existing bone cells are reabsorbed by the body faster than new bone is made. As this occurs, the bones lose minerals, heaviness (mass), and structure, making them weaker and increasing their risk of breaking. All people begin losing bone mass after they reach peak BMD at about 30 years of age. The thicker your bones are at about age 30, the longer it takes to develop osteopenia or osteoporosis.