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At Advanced Hair Solutions, we are happy
to provide information about relevant
events and organizations in our
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Thomas Richards Charity - Helping
Those in Need
join Advanced Hair Solutions at the Matt
Moscato Charity Golf Outing.
Friday, July 27, 2012
Sylvan Glen Golf Course - 5725
Rochester Road, Troy, MI 48085
6:30 Buffet Dinner at Camp
Lots of games, prizes and fun for a
great cause! Hope to see you
For more information or to register,
Please Help Us Conquer Kids Cancer - St.
On March 26, 2012,
Dan Bendtsen, his wife Jurga, and son
Jacob shaved their heads in solidarity
with children fighting cancer.
Advanced Hair Solutions proudly donated
to the fundraising efforts. Dan
Bendtsen and his family organized the
2nd Annual St. Baldrick’s event in
Detroit to honor his cousin's heroic son
Jacob Gregory Koenigs, who lost his
battle with rhabdomyosarcoma at the age
of 8 ½. This year, Dan has raised
$12,728 and counting.
St. Baldrick's website if you'd like
to help keep the donations coming in.
Way to go Dan, Jurga and Jacob!!
Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Woman of the
Advanced Hair Solutions participated in
a wonderful fundraising event for
the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Woman of
the Year Campaign. Over $1,600 was
raised to help patients and families
with blood cancers like leukemia,
lymphoma, multiple myeloma, and MDS.
Way to Go Barb!
12th Annual Crittenton Breast Cancer
Lots of pink, lots of fun for a great
Advanced Hair Solutions joined
Crittenton Hospital in the 12th Annual
Breast Cancer Awareness Walk on Wed.
Oct. 5th. We met so many wonderful
people and were inspired by stories of
strength, courage and hope. We wanted to
share some of our photos with you. A
On October 15, 2011,
please join Advanced Hair Solutions and
thousands of walkers at Belle Isle Park
in Detroit to participate in the
American Cancer Society’s 14th annual
Making Strides Against Breast Cancer.
Currently held in 250
communities across the United States,
the event increases breast cancer
awareness and raises life-saving funds
to support the American Cancer Society’s
programs of breast cancer research and
local patient services in our community.
Making Strides Against
Breast Cancer of Detroit
Saturday, October 15,
2011 – 5-Mile Walk
Belle Isle Park, Detroit, MI
Register and begin walk
between 8 a.m. and 10 a.m.
Call or email for more information:
Score One 4 Children's
Cancer Research - Fundraiser
Hockey Teams Fight Children’s Cancer
The Romeo Bulldog hockey teams are
using their games on January 29th to
help fight childhood cancer. The teams
will donate all the proceeds from the
events of January 29th to Childhood
The Bulldogs varsity team will play
division rival Marysville at 8:30 pm at
Suburban Ice Macomb. The Junior Varsity
team will play Lutheran High North at
There will be t-shirts and scarves
for sale. Events will include 50/50
raffles, prize raffles, and other games
and contests. Donations will also be
taken at the game.
The Bulldogs will be wearing special
jerseys that night. Each player will
wear a black jersey with gold lettering.
Each player will choose a friend or
family member that has been affected by
childhood cancer and have their name
stitched to the back of the jersey. At
the end of the game, the players will
give their jersey to a family
representative of the person they choose
to honor. This fundraiser especially
touches my heart - my nephews Anthony
and Michael Grifka, will be playing on
the varsity team for their mom (my
sister), and for my sister-in-law.
Team officials and volunteers are
expecting a huge crowd the night of the
29th and they ask that you spread the
word about this event throughout the
More information about this Charity
Game and the Romeo Hockey Program can be
The Gold Ribbon
is the official ribbon of children with
cancer worldwide, supported, recognized
and promoted by hundreds of
organizations and treatment centers,
families, friends, and caregivers,
The National Childhood Cancer
Association of Pediatric
Children’s Oncology Camp
The Candlelighters Childhood
Cancer Foundation and its chapters
"Look Good...Feel Better" provides
information and cosmetic advice to women battling cancer.
Training includes hands-on instruction on makeup, skin care,
and suggestions for using wigs, turbans, and scarves. It
also includes tips on nail care while undergoing treatment.
Cosmetics are provided for your personal makeover.
Advanced Hair Solutions
fully endorses and supports the "Look Good...Feel Better"
Program by partnering with Crittenton Hospital for classes
on the second Monday of each month,
from 1:00 pm. to 3:00 pm. Please call Crittenton Hospital
Medical Center at (248) 652-5269 to reserve your
spot, or call Advanced Hair Solutions at (248) 276-9696
for further information.
Our next class will be held on
Click here to view a complete class schedule.
You may also visit
"Look Good...Feel Better" online at:
Lolly Ella's Wine & Cheese
Event ~ Benefitting the Shades of Pink Foundation
Lolly Ella will be opening
her store for a wonderful fundraising event for the Shades
of Pink Foundation on:
Thursday, September 30, 2010
6:30 - 9:30pm
Lolly Ella Jewelry
6706 Orchard Lake Road, West Bloomfield, MI
Lolly Ella has commissioned
Link Wachler, International Award-Winning Jewelry Designer,
to design a special pendant necklace for the Shades of Pink
Foundation. This fabulous creation will debut at this
Please join us for this
exciting evening and bring your friends! One hundred
percent of the
proceeds from the sale of these necklaces will be donated to SOPF.
Ten percent of all other sales this evening will be
donated to SOPF.
Please visit the Shades of Pink Foundation
Breast Cancer Awareness Walk through Downtown