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Community of Friends Annual Luncheon

Community of Friends Annual Luncheon

The mission of the Cancer Support Community-Benjamin Center is to ensure that all people impacted by cancer are empowered by knowledge, strengthened by action, and sustained by community. All programs and services are provided at no cost to community members.

Please join us as we honor two remarkable women:

Abby Brown and Barbra Night

Wednesday, November 2, 2011
at the Skirball Cultural Center

10:30 am – 1:30 pm

Abby Brown

Abby Brown has always given back to the community by volunteering her time.She joined us a few years ago after attending a CSC Gala. Now, as a cancer survivor, she is benefiting from our full range of programs.

Barbra Night

A former fashion editor of California Apparel News, Barbra Night founded Trends West; LA’s Retail Notebook over 25 years ago. Today it’s considered an industry “bible” and is published monthly. She is also the creator of the website Barbra has helped support far too many loved ones affected by cancer.

Featuring Ask the Author – Living the Inspired Life

A diverse panel of authors will participate in a lively, moderated discussion

Beveryle Hyman Fead,
I Can Do This

Kimberly Fowler
The No Om Zone

Dr. Susan Love,
Dr.Susan Love’s Breast Book


Dr. Ava Shamban, Heal Your Skin;
The Breakthrough Plan for Renewal

Judy Zeidler,
Italy Cooks


The afternoon also includes delicious food and a fabulous boutique and silent auction. Don’t miss it!

Click here to learn more. Register today!

All contributions received by September 23, 2011 will be listed with “Special Thanks” in the Tribute Journal.

Contact us at 310.314.2589 or with questions, for help with registration or Tribute Ads, or if you would like to receive an invitation via mail.

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Mission Statement

The Women’s Professional Network (WPN) was formed by Adrian Grant, an established Los Angeles Realtor and philanthropist, to build a network and community of successful and like-minded dynamic women. Together with her co-chairs, WPN has grown from a small gathering to a vibrant dedicated group of women from professions including medical, mental health, art, finance, and law.

The mission for WPN is to foster, enlighten, and educate women who want to expand their professional services as well as charitable services by offering their time and financial assistance to the larger community. One of the goals of WPN is to expand the support and growth of women through chapters around the country and world because we believe in being mindful of our role(s) in society and the many contributions we make. Madeleine Albright said it best - "There is a special place in hell for women who don't help other women."

WPN meets on the first Monday of each month at a private home providing dinner and a topical presentation. Feel free to browse our website for WPN meeting information and calendar of exciting events.