Thanks to Dr. Tony Bella for a great talk on the the 19th ! Our next event is the PCCN Ottawa BBQ on Friday June 24th beginning at 3PM at the Maplesoft Centre (1500 Alta Vista Drive). Everyone invited, dust off your lawn chairs and don't forget to RSVP ! (Details here)
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Other Upcoming Events:
● Saturday, May 28th: PCCNO Awareness Event, we'll have the PCCNO display booth set up at the Ray Friel Recreation Complex, 1585 Tenth Line Rd, Orleans, 8:00am to 4:00 p.m. Have an hour or 2 to spare that day ? We're Looking for approximately six members to meet, greet, hand out brochures and talk to people about the importance of getting a PSA test. If you'd like to help, contact Jim Chittenden (details here).
● Saturday, June 4th: Telus Motorcycle Ride for Dad departure ceremony, Aviation Museum, 8:30 a.m. until 9:30 p.m. (approximate). PCCN Ottawa will once again provide an Honor Guard to cheer on the riders as they depart. Please join us to show our collective appreciation to the Ride for Dad team for all their fund raising and awareness efforts. No experience necessary ! (just smile and wave). More details here.
Contact us to book a speaker for your club, company or group. No charge. Help us spread the word about early detection!
Several PCCN members are getting together for coffee between the monthly meetings.
First Monday: 10 am, Food Court at Carlingwood Mall
Second Monday: 10 am, McDonald's at Billings Bridge
For more information, contact Will Lee or Bernie Murphy.
Out next meeting is Friday, June 24th (annual BBQ at the Maplesoft Centre!)
Monthly meetings are on the third Thursday of the month at St. Stephen's Anglican Church, 930 Watson Street, Ottawa, Ontario. Follow the Queensway to the Pinecrest Exit, proceed north past the traffic lights to St. Stephen's Street on the left. Parking is available at the rear of the church.
All are welcome; there is no admission fee but a contribution of non-perishable food to the St. Stephen's Food Bank is appreciated. Please bring one or more items of non-perishable food as a contribution to our host.
Men with advanced prostate cancer get together on the Tuesday before the third Thursday of the month, from 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. at the Maplesoft Centre for Cancer Survivorship Care. For our next meeting date and subject, check here. The Warriors +1 are focused on sharing knowledge and experience in the management of advanced or metastasized prostate cancer. More
Prostate Cancer Canada Network Ottawa has professionally designed display units, as well as accompanying literature, for use at health fairs, in shopping malls, at sporting events or wherever people gather. If you would like more information on hosting an awareness event for prostate cancer please contact us.