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Annual Meeting – January 22, 2018

Due to weather conditions, the meeting has been changed to an online only meeting – please contact Deb Cossette with questions:

Rein In Sarcoma will hold it’s Annual Meeting on Monday, January 22, 2018. You are welcome to join the Board of Directors for a potluck dinner starting at 5:30 p.m., followed by the meeting at 7:00 p.m. The meeting will include board member election, officer election, adoption of the 2018 budget and research funding decisions.

Annual Meeting
Monday, January 22, 2018
5:30 p.m potluck dinner, 7:00 p.m. meeting
Wells Fargo Plaza
7900 Xerxes Ave
S Bloomington, MN 55431

 

RIS Remembers – A Moving Experience

RIS Remembers cake

Keepsake tiles

The Patient and Family Support Committee hosted a successful and moving "RIS Remembers" event Thursday, November 30th at the Solar Arts Building in Minneapolis. The focus was for people who have lost a loved one to sarcoma cancer.

The evening began with wonderful conversation and appetizers from Marino’s Deli, along with cake and other refreshments, all while listening to great background music by Matt Benassi.

Registration

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Conversation

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Volunteer Spotlight – RIS Editors: Raúl Zavaleta and Julieann Selden

With this issue of the RIS Update, we officially welcome Julieann Selden as the editor of the RIS electronic newsletter and express our deep appreciation to Raúl Zavaleta who has edited this publication for the last three and one-half years.

Raúl Zavaleta

Raúl, our editor from afar

 

Raúl, who lives in San Francisco, works for Intuitive Surgical as a project manager. While studying marketing and international affairs at the University of Texas, he lost an aunt to breast cancer. After this loss, he wanted to make a difference for cancer patients and served as an intern with the Susan G. Komen Foundation.

After he moved to San Francisco, Raúl continued to want to make that difference and volunteering remotely as editor of the RIS electronic newspaper allowed him to do that. He has now decided to pursue a graduate degree in public health which will continue to give him new opportunities to help others. He says “Rein in Sarcoma has given me a fantastic opportunity to educate and inform people about sarcoma cancers and in so doing empower them to better deal with the disease.”

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