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CMC Presents Relay for Life Hee Haw II Variety Show, March 17

Posted on March 3, 2017

Cumberland Medical Center employees invite you to its Hee Haw II Variety Show at theRelay for Life Palace Theatre Friday, March 17 to benefit Cumberland County Relay for Life.

“We are delighted to present this fun and family-friendly event for our community in support of Relay for Life,” said Tom Rally, CMC Regional Cancer Center Manager and Relay for Life Team Captain. “Cancer awareness and prevention is very important to us in our mission to improve our community’s quality of life through better health.”

The show’s lineup will include Hee Haw skit classics such as Ronnie & Vern, Lou Lou, and Grandpa Jones. Musical entertainment will showcase Carrie Hassler performing classics such as Lynn Anderson’s, “I Never Promised You a Rose Garden” and Barbara Mandrell’s, “I was Country when Country wasn’t Cool.”

KORN News will be delivered by Thom Hassler. Other skit classics will include Doctor-Doctor, Spreading Rumors, and Empty Arms Hotel, just to name a few.

Guests are encouraged to pack the palace purple by wearing purple to the event in support of cancer awareness. The Palace Theatre is located at 201 North Main Street in Crossville, TN. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. and the show begins at 6:30 p.m. Tickets will be available at the door for $5, or in advance by calling Kelly Edwards at (931) 459-7262.

Why we Relay for Life…
According to the American Cancer Society, it is estimated that almost 1.7 million new cases of cancer will be diagnosed this year. Prostate cancer is the most common cancer among males (19%), followed by lung (14%) and colorectal (9%) cancers. Among females, breast (30%), lung (12%), and colorectal (8%) cancers are the most common.

CMC’s Regional Cancer Center treats approximately 600 patients each year. The Commission on Cancer of the American College of Surgeons has recognized the center for offering high-quality cancer care. Its comprehensive patient care model is essential in the diagnosis and successful treatment of cancer. The cancer center includes:

  • Elekta Synergy radiation treatment machine
  • Licensed, specially trained, and board certified staff
  • Nutritional consults, genetic counseling, clinical trials and cutting-edge treatment protocols
  • Plan of Care conferences with Thompson Cancer Survival Center specialists
  • Most advanced treatment planning system in the area
  • Image-guided technology and techniques ensure accuracy, sparing normal tissue
  • Flexible treatment scheduling
  • Convenient parking

As a member of Covenant Health and our region’s largest cancer fighting network, Cumberland’s Regional Cancer Center brings board certified physicians and surgeons, closer to where patients of the Cumberland Plateau call home.

For more information, call the CMC Regional Cancer Center at (931) 456-8390.

Help us spread the word with our HEE HAW II FLYER!


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