— Breast cancer awareness organization features breast cancer survivors in powerful art exhibit at The Alpine —
RENO, NV — Each One Tell One, a Reno-based nonprofit focused on empowering and educating women and women’s family and friends on the dangers of dense breast tissue, is hosting the Beyond The Ribbon 2021 art exhibit at The Alpine on November 12, 2021 from 7:15 – 10 p.m..
Doors will open at 6:30 p.m., and a few remarks will be given at 7:15 p.m. Tickets are $50 each, and sponsorships are available ranging from $500-$1,000. Guests are encouraged to wear cocktail attire.
Beyond the Ribbon is an emotional part of the journey, spotlighting each survivor and sharing their intimate story of survivorship like never before. Beyond the Ribbon will feature a beautiful photo collection by Amber Ezell Photography, a local artist and photographer. The featured photos will be in black and white to share the scars of the survivors in pictorial form. Scars are the only evidence of breast cancer left after competing Breast Cancer 2 Bikini, a six-month-long program focused on educating breast cancer survivors post-cancer on fitness and nutrition post-surgery.
For more information on Each One Tell One, visit https://eachonetellone.org.
About Each One Tell One:
Each One Tell One is a local nonprofit with the hope to educate women about dense breasts and the potential dangers of having it. Our mission is simple, Each One…Tell One gives a voice to tell their friends, family, neighbors the importance of knowing their breast density and offer education about additional screening options. It is every woman’s right to know their density. Breast Cancer in Nevada is the second leading cause of death in women.
About Each One Tell One Breast Cancer 2 Bikini:
Each One Tell One Breast Cancer 2 Bikini is a program that was developed on June 22,2016 it was developed for women who were Breast Cancer Survivors, allowing women to take their lives back after cancer. It is a 6-month journey where women learn nutrition, training for a NPC Fitness Competition. Each woman reclaims their bodies, health, and confidence. The most powerful event is the Beyond the Ribbon Event where women are photographed showing their mastectomy scars of survival in a black and white photo.