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Past Events:

The Fifth Annual Ribbons & Racquets fundraising gala was a huge success! See photos from the event here.

Ribbons & Racquets 2004 Team

Ribbons & Racquets Team 2004


In the Pink with Carolee

Friday, October 8th, 2004: 4-7 pm
Carolee, Country Club Plaza
445 W. 47th Street, Kansas City, MO
Friends of Ribbons of Pink enjoyed food, fun, & fine jewelry!

15% of event proceeds benefited the
Ribbons of Pink Foundation.


Ribbons & Rhythms 2002
 

Saturday, October 9th, 2004
Noon - 2 pm
119th & Roe
Leawood, KS

A free, live concert featured
Dan Bliss and the Bluetonics!


Fifth Anniversary

Ribbons & Racquets 2004

October 22-23, 2004
Overland Park Marriott Hotel
Indian Creek Racquet Club


 

Bayer Corporation presented the fourth annual Ribbons & Racquets charity event on October 24-25, 2003 at the Indian Creek Racquet Club. Individual tickets were $100 each and included an evening of fundraising fun while wearing "Black Tie Optional, Tennis Shoes Required" attire for the silent auction, dinner, and live auction.

 

Ribbons & Racquets 2003

The "It's the First!" team presented their education program to students at the University of Kansas on Monday, October 6 2003, from 7–9 pm in the Memorial Union on the Lawrence campus. The presentation about breast health and stories from young breast cancer survivors was FREE and open to the public.   It's the First!

Town Center Plaza Live!     What: TCP Live featuring Backtraks
Where: Town Center Plaza, 119th & Nall
When: Wednesday, October 8 2003 at 7:00 pm
Cost: FREE

Mike O'Reilly, Nycki Pace, and the E105 gang broadcasted live from Town Center Plaza on Wednesday, October 8th for the "TCP Live" concert featuring the retro band, Backtraks.

This free concert started at 7:00 pm and benefitted the Ribbons of Pink Foundation. The program offered great food, great friends, fabulous door prizes, and your favorite retro hits.


The 13th Annual Thanksgiving Day 5K and Family Stroll

Ribbons of Pink had a table with educational info and logo merchandise at the 13th Annual Thanksgiving Day 5K and Family Stroll Presented by Sprint on Thursday, November 28th, 2002.

Thanksgiving Day Family Stroll




Bayer Corporation presented the third annual Ribbons & Racquets charity event on October 25-26, 2002. Individual tickets included an evening of fundraising fun while wearing "Black Tie Optional, Tennis Shoes Required" attire for the silent auction, dinner, and live auction. 

Ribbons & Racquets 2002 Poster

 



Miles Schnaer's
Crown Automotive in Lawrence, KS
donated a 2003 Toyota Matrix
as the Grand Prize
of the Ace in One
contest!

Click the Toyota Matrix to visit Crown Automotive!

 

Ribbons & Rhythms 2002
The Bank of Blue Valley presented Ribbons & Rhythm 2002 at Town Center Plaza on Monday, July 29, 2002 from 6:00 to 9:00 PM. Atlantic Express and Hal Wakes played live music for Town Center Plaza customers. It was a wonderful evening of music, food, and fun while helping support breast cancer awareness and education!

Ribbons & Rhythms 2001

The inaugural Ribbons & Rhythm event was a huge success! On October 27, 2001, Hal Wakes, Pacific Express, and Atlantic Express played live music for Town Center Plaza customers, while volunteers from the Ribbons of Pink Foundation provided information about breast cancer throughout the afternoon! Also, several prizes were given away through a donation drawing, and several people won Southwest Airlines tickets!

Car Giveaways!

The Ribbons of Pink Foundation is grateful for the support of Crown Toyota, for the donation of a 2-year lease on a Toyota Corolla two years in a row!

Car Giveaway

The Circle of Hope Quilt

The Circle of Hope Quilt is the second quilt the Amazing Quilt Babes have donated to the Ribbons of Pink Foundation, to be used as a means to promote breast cancer awareness and fundraise for the Foundation.

The Amazing Quilt Babes envision the circling stars in the quilt like their circle of friendship. They always wish upon their quilted stars for hope: They hope there will soon be a cure or a way to prevent breast cancer. They hope that as many women as possible do breast self-exams each month, and they hope that the quilt helps expose as many women as possible to information about breast cancer and how it can affect them. All the fabrics used were from their own stashes. Each star is a different fabric, and the border prints are different from the stars. There are a total of 178 different blue fabrics used with a few pinks. The pink is specifically for the Ribbons of Pink Foundation. The Circle of Hope quilt measures 98" x 108."

Circle of Hope Quilt

The quilt was given away through a donation drawing in December, 2001!

Town Center Plaza "Ribbons of Pink"

Since October of 1999, Town Center Plaza in Leawood, Kansas, hangs specially designed banners on 110 parking lot light posts in recognition and support of National Breast Cancer Awareness month.

ribbons banner ribbons banner

Ribbons & Racquets

Ribbons & Racquets is the premier fundraising event for the Ribbons of Pink Foundation. It is held annually on a Friday evening in August, and is comprised of a "Black Tie Optional, Tennis Shoes Required" dinner and auction, followed by a tennis tournament the next day.

The Kansas Hope Quilt

The "Kansas Hope" quilt was designed and stitched by the Amazing Quilt Babes to help raise funds for a local breast cancer charity. It is the second quilt made by the group, the first being called "Star of Hope" for 1999.

"Kansas Hope" was born with thoughts of the future. The yellows in the background still represent the hope for a brighter future, and the blue stars are the universe, because breast cancer doesn't stop at any border; the brown and blue borders of appliquéd sunflowers represent the Babes' Kansas connections. There are seven appliquéd bees in the border, and fabric with bees inside the blocks — these represent the 7 Amazing Quilt Babes working together.

All the fabric for both the 1999 and 2000 quilts were drawn from the Amazing Quilt Babes own personal resource centers, and lovingly shared for this project. A stitch day was given by all seven friends to construct the central pattern, and the borders were individually appliquéd by four of them. It was machine quilted by one of the Babes. It took approximately 500 hours of group and individual hours to make "Kansas Hope."

The Kansas Hope quilt was given away in a donation drawing during the 2000 holiday season.


Today's Woman Expo

The Today's Woman Expo was held on April 28-29, 2001 at the Overland Park International Trade Center. The Ribbons of Pink Foundation was selected to receive a portion of the proceeds from this exciting event!

Several volunteers from the Ribbons of Pink Foundation were present throughout the Expo and provided breast cancer information. Also, at the Ribbons of Pink booth, a Registered Nurse was on hand to provide instruction on how to correctly perform Breast Self Exams.


Email: info@ribbonsofpink.org

For contributions/donations, please send to:

Attn: Ribbons of Pink Foundation Fund
c/o Greater Kansas City Community Foundation
1055 Broadway, Suite 130
Kansas City, MO 64105

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