Because of Hank’s second SI joint fusion surgery, Boobsapalooza has been postponed until spring of 2018. We will continue to do what we can until then.
Your Prayers, Likes and Shares on our Bands Against Breast Cancer Facebook page to help us continue to raise Breast Cancer Awareness on the First Coast are always appreciated.
Each week on our Bands Against Breast Cancer Facebook page, from now until we start planning for the next Boobsapalooza in the spring of 2018, we are putting a spotlight on one of the great, local Bands, Musicians, and DJs who have come out with us to raise Breast Cancer Awareness on the First Coast.
Our Thanks to you and our many volunteers and sponsors for your support!
Thank you to all who came out to support our founder, Hank Watson’s SI Joint Fusion Surgery and BABC Yard Sale, held on Saturday and Sunday, August 26 & 27, 2017.
- Rain kept attendance down.
- We made some money to help with BABC expenses.
- You can still make donations to help BABC on our Bands Against Breast Cancer – About page.
And to help Hank with her SI joint fusion surgery, please see the GoFundMe post on her Facebook profile.
Because of Hank’s second SI joint fusion surgery, unless there is a miracle in the very near future, Boobsapalooza will have to be postponed until spring of 2018. We will continue to do what we can until then.
Your Prayers, Likes and Shares on our Bands Against Breast Cancer Facebook page to help us continue to raise Breast Cancer Awareness on the First Coast are always appreciated. Thank you!
Big thanks to all who helped fight breast cancer by supporting the 2017 26.2 with Donna on Sunday, February 12, 2017!
Whether you were a runner, a cheering fan supporting the runners, or volunteered to help out in some way, Thank you!
Each year we make progress towards finishing breast cancer.
We enjoyed a fantastic 2016 Boobsapalooza Day at Lynch’s Irish Pub on October 1st!
“Holy moley! I’m exhausticatedhappilastic! What a fantastic day! Derrick Odom, you rocked it as emcee!!! Every single band was outstanding. I mean that. I don’t even understand how that happens. Just incredible. Sound peeps were on spot. Lynch’s staff were their usual awesomeness. Keith Doherty busted his ass today. Never seen him sweat that much except on the golf course! Volunteers pure bliss. The donations for silent auction and raffle were fantastic. And, the people who came out to support us were top notch. Saw friends I hadn’t seen in ages!
Heads up…. 2017 is our 10 year anniversary. Be VERY prepared. It’s going off!!!!! Were starting on it the next couple weeks. Wanna be a part??? Let us know!!!
Thank you all so much! LOVE YOU!” – Hank Watson, Founder of Bands Against Breast Cancer.
If you have photos of your favorite bands performing during Boobsapalooza that you’d like to share, please Contact Us.
We so appreciate the great local Bands that played to encourage the runners in the “26.2 with Donna The National Marathon to Finish Breast Cancer.
For more info about this year’s event, please see our 26.2 with Donna 2016 BABC article.
Have you gotten your Mammogram? Mammograms can help in early detection of breast cancer, and may save your life.Don’t take a chance; get your mammogram.
With much love, Bands Against Breast Cancer remembers a wonderful person, Cynthia Carrasco, our BABC Nurse.
If you are a Nurse and would like to help raise breast cancer awareness by volunteering to participate in our educational programs, please Contact Us.
Celebration of the Life of late Bands Against Breast Cancer Board Member – Rick A. Wilson was held at Lynch’s Irish Pub in Jax Beach on Sunday, June 10, 2012It was a beautiful service; many friends came out to celebrate the life of this wonderful man, armed with happy photos and lots of good memories. More about Rick.Rick’s family asked that in lieu of flowers or anything of the like, to please make Donations in Rick’s memory to either
- Bands Against Breast Cancer Rick Wilson Memorial Mammogram Fund
- or Mayo Clinic
Dept. of Development
200 1st. St. SW
Rochester, MN 55905
Donation in memory of Rick Wilson
Designated to Stroke Research
Keep up with the Bands Against Breast Cancer events on our Bands Against Breast Cancer Calendar.Another easy way to keep up with Bands Against Breast Cancer is to Like us on Facebook; here’s a link to our Bands Against Breast Cancer Facebook page.Have you been affected by breast cancer? Would you like to share your story on this website? Please send your story in a paragraph or two to Bands Against Breast Cancer using our Contact form, and we will share as many stories as possible to encourage others.