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Tickets On Sale! for Gala Featuring Frankie Moreno “Viva Las Vegas” Set For December 3, to benefit Renaissance Cancer Foundation

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Gala tickets on Sale Now! call (956) 362-2191.

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GALA tickets on Sale Now!  call (956) 362-2191.

The Renaissance Cancer Foundation Gala is please to host the annual holiday gala to raise funds to aid cancer patients throughout the Rio Grande Valley. The Renaissance Cancer Foundation is a 501 (c)(3) tax exempt non-profit organization whose purpose is to provide support for cancer patients in the Rio Grande Valley. Since 2008, the Renaissance Cancer Foundation has dedicated its efforts to building community awareness while providing cancer education, emotional support, financial assistance and guidance for underserved patients. The Renaissance Cancer Foundation’s goal is to provide patients with services to help them during their cancer journey.

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The Renaissance Cancer Foundation invites you to enjoy a night full of music, celebration, and fundraising as we give back to the individuals who need it most. There are several sponsorship opportunities and tickets available; for more information about the Renaissance Cancer Foundation Gala, or to purchase tickets, call (956) 362-2191.

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