Band performing that night wil be:
Careeners (aka Grabass Charlestons)
Whiskey & Co.
Nae Day Benefit Show!
Come out to The Atlantic in Gainesville on Saturday, June 23 to see Whiskey & Co., Army of Ponch, Children’s Children and Johnathan Coody (of Ninja Gun) serving up some awesome jams in support of ovarian cancer research. All proceeds will go toward funding the second annual Nae Day event, to be held September 15, at Boca Fiesta. Admission is on a sliding scale starting at $5 up to as much as you’re willing to donate. Come out and show your support for a great cause!
Lynnae Hottinger Foundation for Ovarian Cancer Research (LHFFOCR) was formed in
honor of Lynnae Dara Hottinger, who succumbed to ovarian cancer at the age of 36 after a ten year battle with the disease.
Ovarian cancer is the deadliest of gynecologic cancers and most patients are diagnosed at advanced stages because the disease is associated with vague abdominal symptoms and no reliable early detection tests. The disease is also associated with high recurrence rates and chemotherapy resistance. Less than 50 percent of women survive longer than five years after diagnosis.
LHFFOCR’s purpose is to raise funds to be allocated towards organizations that support meaningful research towards the early detection, investigation, treatment and cure of ovarian cancer.