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Glow 3.0 hosted by Transformations Fitness for Women on Saturday, October 27, 2018 at Odenton Sports Club

Event Details

What: A GLOW-In-The-Dark Zumba and Pound Party supporting LOCAL breast cancer patients–Music! Dancing! FUN!

When: Saturday, October 27  |  Doors Open at 7pm  |  Party from 8-10pm

Where: Odenton Sports Center  |  8266 Lokus Rd  |  Behind Greenway Bowling Center

Who: Open to Everyone

Why: To SUPPORT & LIFT WOMEN UP during the most important battle of their lives!

Christmas Quilt Raffle

Support GLOW3.0’s mission to provide financial assistance to LOCAL breast cancer patients and you can WIN this Handmade Christmas Quilt!  Purchase tickets HERE.  Pay $5 for a single chance to win or $20 for 5 chances!

Vendor Details

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Cost is $25 per business plus a donation to our raffle ($25 or greater value).  Doors will open at 6pm for vendors providing at least one hour to set up before participants begin to check in.

The Odenton Sports Center asks that tables be equipped with non-marking feet to prevent floor damage.  Socks may be placed over the legs to ensure they do not scratch.

So that lighting can be provided, the vendors, face painting, food and selfie stations will be adjacent to the festivities within the Odenton Sports Center.  All participants will have access to both sides of the facility so you will have good traffic.

All Proceeds go to support LOCAL breast cancer patients

The Sunshine Fund supports breast cancer patients at the Tate Cancer Center within Baltimore Washington Medical Center.  Patients who need assistance in paying their bills, purchasing groceries or supporting their families may apply for assistance.  No family should suffer financially while undergoing their cancer treatments.  The Sunshine Fund helps alleviate any financial strain.

Per the request of one of our members currently undergoing treatment at the Tate Center, we will also be donating a portion of the proceeds to Moveable Feast.  Moveable Feast is an organization committed to providing free, healthy meals to critically ill residents of the Baltimore-Annapolis area. They firmly believe that “Food is Medicine” and that the body must be fed properly to heal.