The Ribbon of Hope Award
Do you know a Valley View staff member who has provided extraordinary care for a Valley View cancer patient?
The Ribbon of Hope Award honors and celebrates the many acts of heroism and compassion performed by Valley View staff who care for Valley View cancer patients. Recipients demonstrate an extraordinary level of care, going above and beyond their staff role.
Requirements for nomination include:
- Nominees must be a current Valley View staff member.
- Nominees can be a physician, nurse or any other staff member from across the organization.
- Care and support was given during a patient’s cancer treatment at Valley View.
Meet Nina and see the fall collection
Thursday, August 31 – Friday, September 1
9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
And Join Us
Thursday, August 31
1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Champagne and hors d’oeuvres
to benefit the
Calaway∙Young Cancer Center
*15% of sales will be donated when you mention Calaway∙Young Cancer Center at Valley View, August 31 through September 9.
Nina McLemore Boutique ∙ 675 E Cooper Ave. ∙ Aspen
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Honor a friend, remember a loved one, or celebrate healing with an individualized tribute.
Customize a sign which will line the course at the annual September Rally the Valley event.
Pick up your sign today at Marianne’s Boutique, located in the main lobby of the Calaway∙Young Cancer Center.
*Minimum suggested donation: $10
For more information and to view the entire collection visit www.puttingafaceoncancer.com
“There I was, a healthy, active, marathon running, mountain biking, outdoor enthusiast,coming to grips with the shock of a lifetime. Being told you have cancer is a traumatic experience, and accepting that reality was one of the hardest obstacles to overcome. I learned just how relentless I truly am, never giving up, facing my diagnosis and treatment head on with resilience and staying positive. You know the expression…life’s too short to drink cheap wine, well life’s too short for a lot of things and you don’t get do overs.”
– Bill, Cancer Center patient
Putting a Face on CancerSM
Putting a Face on Cancer is a photographic project incorporating survivors of all types of cancer who reside in the Roaring Fork Valley of Colorado and beyond. It is the hope of each of the participants that, through the sharing of our faces and quotes, we can pass along the strength and resilience, which we all hold dear, to those who explore this collection. Our common experience with the diagnosis of cancer, the prospect and survival of treatment and the reality of living with a dealt disease, makes us a unique band of sober and appreciative individuals. By showing up as who we are now, we hope that others may find their own reservoirs of strength to face cancer and move beyond it.
Our mission is exposure, healing, community and spirit. As our survivorship numbers grow and our stories repeat themselves, it becomes hard to imagine a world where the prognosis and diagnosis of cancer is automatically perceived to be a death sentence which one bears alone, in fear and desperation. Cancer is most definitely a wake-up call and a journey of pain and mortal questioning, but these things are the very stuff of life, and survival for any period of time, becomes life on a higher and richer level. We are here to openly and enthusiastically share with those who are facing a similar path and with those who love someone who is about to walk that path…we are here to be who we are…products of a life changing experience…survivors with gifts…livers of life.
9th Annual Wing Nutz Charity
Golf Tournament, raised $5,000 for
Rally the Valley and the
Calaway∙Young Cancer Center
June 24, 2017- Rifle Creek Golf Course
Twenty teams of golfers came together to raise funds benefiting “Austin Booth Memorial Scholarship” and “Rally the Valley”, in the names of Ashley Rickstrew Davis and Rita Hazelton. These ladies would like to show their appreciation and support for Rally and the personalized care that it offers during treatment at the Calaway∙Young Cancer Center
“It has been eight months since my diagnosis, and my cancer is gone. There were hard times, but I do not remember them. There were painful times, but I cannot recall them. Tears roll down my face constantly; not from pain, not from sadness, not from my desperation but from a place of love and thankfulness for the care and love I received throughout the journey. I still have some hurdles to cross in my recovery, but my heart is bigger and I feel more love then I ever have before.” -Tessa, Cancer Center patient
Tough Enough to Wear Pink
Are you tough enough to wear pink? Join us for the annual Tough Enough to Wear Pink rodeo, honoring breast cancer survivors and supporting patients of the Calaway∙Young Cancer Center
Thursday, July 20, at 7:30 p.m.
- Gates open 5:30 p.m.
- Gus Darien Riding Arena, Carbondale
Located in Carbondale at the Gus Darien Riding Arena, County Road 100 (Catherine Store Road), Carbondale, CO 81623