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“Thrive 2016” honors three-time cancer survivor, NBC5 anchor Deanna Dewberry

Deanna Dewberry

NBC5 anchor Deanna Dewberry

On the wings of its event success in 2015, Cancer Support Community North Texas (CSCNT) will host its “Thrive 2016” event on Tuesday, April 19 from 11:30 a.m.–1 p.m. The second annual event will honor three-time cancer survivor and long-time NBC5 anchor Deanna Dewberry and spotlight many others in the Greater Dallas community who are helping people survive and thrive with cancer.

Community leaders and long-time supporters of CSCNT, Janet Moll and Dave Ashworth, will co-chair the event, which aims to spotlight the positive impact of emotional and psycho-social support on cancer patients and their families. Dewberry will receive the “Community in Action” award honoring her relentless efforts in life and work to improve the quality of life of those impacted by cancer.

“Thrive is about showing what’s possible when you marry cancer support with cancer treatment—the impact is incredible,” says CSCNT CEO Mirchelle Louis. “It’s about treating the whole person and helping them not just survive cancer but thrive. Deanna is the epitome of someone who is thriving and helping us move the needle on the importance of cancer support for people in North Texas.”

“Thrive 2016” will take place Tuesday, April 19 at the Hilton Anatole in Dallas. Tickets are $125 and can be purchased at http://cancersupporttexas.org/thrive/.

 

About Cancer Support Community North Texas
Cancer Support Community North Texas (CSCNT) is affiliated with the national Cancer Support Community organization, the largest professionally led nonprofit network of cancer support worldwide, and is dedicated to helping ensure no one faces cancer alone. Completely free of charge, CSCNT is a place where people with cancer as well as their families and friends are learning to live with cancer and thrive beyond it through education, psychological support, networking, children’s programs, workshops and other cancer-centered resources. Backed by evidence that the best and most effective cancer care includes social and emotional support, the community serves as a lifeline for strength, hope, encouragement, and guidance. The effects are often life-changing.

The Collin County Clubhouse meets at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano (6200 W Parker Rd.) in suite 129A behind “the red door.” For more information, call 972.981.7020 or visit CancerSupportTexas.org.

Brit Mott
Brit is a Leadership Plano Class 25 graduate and Leadership Frisco Class 10 graduate. She received her Master’s in Journalism from the University of North Texas and her Bachelor’s in Mass Communication from Texas State University. In college, she acted as the President of the Society of Professional Journalists and interned at Texas Monthly.

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