May 13, 2017 @ 9AM
Race for Hope is an annual race that raises funds for the Oklahoma Brain Tumor Foundation benefiting children & adults in Oklahoma battling brain tumors.
- 12k Race
- 5k Race
- 1 Mile Celebration & Memory Walk
To register or for more information go to: http://www.raceforhopeokc.com
Don’t Miss The
Crawl For Cancer
April 8, 2017
to benefit the
Oklahoma Brain Tumor Foundation
Please join us and help spread the word for this special event!! The Aria Lounge, located inside of the downtown Oklahoma City Sheraton, is hosting weekly Awareness Nights called “Apps for Awareness”. On March 16th, they are going to be hosting Brain Health Awareness!
They have a designated Special’s Menu that night that runs from 2:00PM-2:00AM. 75% of the proceeds from that menu will be donated to the Oklahoma Brain Tumor Foundation.
Queso Fundido $8.00 Caramelized onions, tomatillos, scallions, & white queso.
Buffalo Wings $8.00 Jumbo wings (6), spicy & tangy buffalo sauce.
Crab Cake Sliders $12.00 Jumbo lump crab meat, jalapeno bacon, micro greens, & old bay aioli.
Beef Medallions $14.00 Cognac reduction & arugula.
Coop F5 $5.00 Local IPA.
Edna Valley Chardonnay $7.00 A refined, terroir-driven minerality dances through the silky mid-palate, joined by caramel, clove & cinnamon.
Simi Valley Cabernet $11.00 Toasty oak frames and adds depth to dark fruit aromas of blackberry, plum, and black cherry, leading into intriguing notes of cocoa, cassis, pepper berry, & cedar.
OKBTF Margarita $11.00 1800 Resposado, fresh lime juice, orange bitters, muddled blueberries, & simple syrup.
Don’t miss out on our next Wellness Group:
March 9th, 2017 From 6-8PM
Samantha Hussey, RD, is a Registered Dietitian, a “Certified Specialists in Oncology Nutrition, and also a “Certified Nutrition Support Clinician” by the American Society of Parental and Enteral Nutrition. She has been a part of the Stephenson Cancer Team since September 2014.
Mackenzie Frederick, DTR is certified as a Dietary Technician and has been a part of the Stephenson Cancer Team since July of 2016. She focused on sports nutrition and wellness while obtaining her Bachelor of Science in Nutritional Sciences at Baylor University.
OKBTF’s very own, Dwight Herron, will be speaking at the next Adult Support Group. Dwight completed his graduate studies in Pastoral Counseling at Mid-America Christian University in May of 2015 and is currently completing his internship with the Oklahoma Brain Tumor Foundation. The topic of discussion will be “Lessons Learned From Cancer” and trust us, you do not want to miss it! All adults living with cancer and their families are welcome to attend. Snacks will be provided. Please join us:
FEBRUARY 16, 2017