Beantown to Perform at Evening of Hope Gala to Benefit the American Cancer Society

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For the fifth year in a row, Beantown is honored to perform at the American Cancer Society’s Evening of Hope Gala!

This year’s honoree and recipient of the Omar T. Pace Award is Philip Glynn, M.D. Dr. Glynn is the Director of Oncology at Mercy Medical Center, as well as Medical Director of Noble VNA and Hospice. Certified in internal medicine, medical oncology, and hospice and palliative care, Dr. Glynn has practiced medical oncology in the Greater Springfield area for over 25 years, and is a longtime supporter of the American Cancer Society Evening of Hope Gala.

Funds raised from the Spirit of Spring Evening of Hope Gala will benefit the American Cancer Society and their programs and services. Proceeds from the event’s unique live auction, Hands Up For Hope, which will provide free patient services to cancer patients in Berkshire, Franklin, Hamden and Hampshire counties.

The Greater Springfield community is invited to purchase tickets for this night of fun that will support the lifesaving mission of the American Cancer Society. The event will include a formal dinner, auction, and dancing to Beantown!

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