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Festival of Trees & Lights to benefit cancer victims; Dinner at La Paloma open to all

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Most families have a loved on who's been affected by cancer.  It's a horrible illness that affects millions of people in the United States. However, the good news is, here in Southern Arizona, there are programs to help out.  -Programs, like the Arizona Oncology Foundation (who's mission is to provide support services to those whose lives are touched by cancer. (Anything from financial assistance, to providing wigs for those battling cancer, to counseling).

And, here's YOUR chance to help out and have a little holiday fun. Tickets are still available for this Saturday's "Arizona Oncology Foundation Festival of Trees & Lights.  It's being coined as a "magical night of elegance and fun to kick off the Holiday season" at the Westin La Paloma.

There'll be beautifully-decorated trees, wreaths, menorahs, and a wonderful selection of gift baskets to be auctioned off.

Your participation fee of $75 supports cancer patients, their families, and caregivers in Southern Arizona.

If you'd like tickets, or to get involved and help out, please go to arizonaoncologyfoundation.org or you can contact Becky at (520) 870-6060

News 4 Tucson's Paul Cicala will be the emcee of this year's Festival of Trees & Lights 

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