If your feet are just itching to walk for a good cause this spring, one of our biggest supporters, Chris Omni, is organizing a walk to honor the memory of her mother, Clara Simmons, who recently passed away, along with other mothers no longer with us. Whisper Walkers will recognize Chris as one of the enthusiastic ladies who helped to lead off the past Whisper Walks, and Clara, a cancer survivor for many years, was also a Whisper Walk supporter.


What:  Legacy Walk 2016, presented by #SOC321


Where:  Highland Park High School


When:  Saturday, May 7,  from 3:21 to 4:21


Why:  The Legacy Walk will be an annual celebration to honor Mother's living as well as those living in our memories. This will be my first Mother's Day without my Mama and I know I'm not alone. As the Legacy Walk continues to grow, it is my hopes to educate women about various forms of cancer as well as share the story of my Mama, Clara Simmons, a 26-year cancer survivor, my real life SuperHERo.


Details:  Donation request: Fun socks for cancer survivors. #SOC321 shirts will be available to order. For more information email Chris atinfo@soc321.com or visit the Facebook page at   www.facebook.com/thesocmovement

The Whisper Walk will be taking a break in 2016 and not hosting an ovarian cancer awareness walk.

Please watch for us again in 2017

Thank you to the sponsors, walkers, and supporters who helped to make the 2014 Whisper Walk a success. We hosted 400 walkers and raised $11,000.


 Ovarian Cancer Support Group – meets the first Saturday of the month at the St. Francis Cancer Center, for more information contact Kay Coward at kay.coward@gmail.com, 220-8867



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The Sue Days Ovarian Cancer Fund is administered by the

St. Francis Health Center Foundation and is dedicated to:

1. Raising awareness about ovarian cancer in Topeka and the surrounding communities;
2. Raising funds to promote education about the symptoms of ovarian cancer;
3. Promoting fellowship and support among ovarian cancer survivors, their families, and friends.

September is National Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month 

And The Sue Days Fund is Spreading the Word! 

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