There are some true movers and shakers in the Atlanta area! This upcoming Monday, big names stars Towanda Braxton (Braxton Family Values), Tiny, The Weave Shop, and The Sisters’ Network will be offering makeovers for breast cancer survivors from 10 am – 5 pm. The event which has been titled Transformation 2011: A Brand New You.Â A Complimentary Day of Beauty for Cancer Survivors is a fantastic idea andÂ anybody who was able to RSVP to the event is one lucky lady. Check the inside for more details on this event!
The community advocates went all out and have set up an organized program for the day. From 10 am – 12 pm, there will be an inspirational segment that will feature Towanda as the guest speaker. Watching Braxton Family Values, I noticed that Towanda is the strongest of the sisters so I’m sure that they she will have empowering words to offer to the audience.
From 1 pm- 5 pm, breast cancer survivors will have the opportunity to receive life changing makeovers! The Weave Shop (TWS) will be on the premises, so I’m certain ladies will leave the event looking fly! In addition to that, Tiny’s Nail Bar will be there and I have seem some of their work. Divas will be leaving with some pretty creative nail designs I’m sure.
Sisters NetworkÂ® Inc. (SNI) is a leading voice and only national African American breast cancer survivorship organization in the United States. The organizationâ€™s purpose is to save lives and provide a broader scope of knowledge that addresses the breast cancer survivorship crisis affecting African American women around the country. As a nationally recognized organization among leading medical establishments and breast cancer physicians, Sisters Network is also recognized as a critical information resource for African American women. Sistersâ€™ Network, Inc. is committed to increasing local and national attention to the devastating impact that breast cancer has in the African American community so I’m sure they will be dropping knowledge!
If yall can’t tell, this is event is very important. Breast cancer is a very big issue in the African American community. Ladies, please take breast cancer awareness seriously!
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