The Magic of Life Foundation (MOLF) and Georgia Cancer Specialists (GCS), the largest private oncology/hematology practice in the Southeast, proudly present the 16th Annual Magic of Life Celebration for Cancer Survivors (MOL). MOL will take place October 8 at Stone Mountain Park, in the Outdoor Sports Pavilion, from 11 AM to 2 PM.
As the largest cancer survivor event in the South, MOL gives survivors a chance to join together and celebrate their achievements and successes in the fight against the disease.
“This event grows in importance every year as the number of people living with cancer in the United States increases,” said GCS President and CEO Dr. Bruce Feinberg.
Dr. Wendy Hawke, COO of GCS and Executive Director/Chair of MOLF, said one would be hard-pressed to find an event like this anywhere else.
“This celebration is like no other,” Dr. Hawke said. “The inspiration, ambition, and positivity that fills the air are unbelievable.”
MOL will be a picnic-style event and will include access to all of the park’s activities. Survivors and one guest receive a free pass for lunch, entrance to the park, and access to park activities; additional guests will be charged $20. Survivors will also receive a free T-shirt. No registration is required (your invitation is your admittance) and dress is casual. The event is rain or shine.
Two new additions this year are the “Dunk-A-Doc” tank and the upgraded “Marketplace,” where attendees can purchase additional MOL t-shirts, “Alive and Thriving” bracelets, “Dunk-A-Doc” tickets, and “Breast Cancer Answers,” Dr. Feinberg’s first book in the Cancer Answer series.
Buses will be available for survivors living in the Blue Ridge, Macon, and Milledgeville areas. For further instructions, contact your GCS office.
For more information call MOLF at 1-866-MOL-4YOU (1-866-665-4968).
For directions to Stone Mountain, call the Stone Mountain Information line at 1-800-317-2006, or visit their web site.
Proceeds from all sales go to the Magic of Life Foundation, a non-profit organization formed by GCS in 2004 to support cancer patients and the community throughout Georgia.