Painting the Town Teal

The Minnesota Ovarian Cancer Alliance’s Mid Summer Night Gala raises awareness and support

Event: The Minnesota Ovarian Cancer Alliance’s Mid Summer Night gala, held Sunday, July 15, at Brackett’s Crossing Country Club in Lakeville.

Cause: More than $75,000 was raised for ovarian-cancer research and programs to support women and families impacted by the disease.

The Color of Hope: Teal is the color of ovarian-cancer awareness,  and was everywhere at the gala,  from the drinks to the  gifts: teal shoelaces.

Going Once, Going Twice: More than 200 auction items were up for grabs. The largest bid of $6,500 went to an 18-person suite  for a Minnesota Wild hockey game.

Hitting the Links: The fun continued the next day when 200 golfers took over Brackett’s for the the Molly Cade Scramble, which also benefitted MOCA research.

Click on the photos to see names of those pictured.

 

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