May 4th Charlottesville Moves for Less Cancer at the Southern to the music of LOVE CANON. Charlottesville's popular shops, restaurants and ambience converge in one main area, known as the Downtown Pedestrian Mall. Located, as you would imagine, on Main Street, this thoroughfare also has an impressive collection of art galleries.
Since the inception of Less Cancer we, as an organization, have always believed that if we educate the consumer the markets will shift. And they have. Through Less Cancer social networks, we have been effective in reaching communities around the globe regarding better choices. We have worked tirelessly to help educate and inform lawmakers and
Picture here (l) is Gary Hirshberg, Co-Founder of Stonyfield FarmBill Couzens(c) Founder of Less Cancer and President, Tom Sherman (r) Chairman of the Board of Less Cancer. The Less Cancer Speaker Series this year with Gary Hirshberg was on GMO's and labeling. Whole Foods announced that by 2018, all products in
The Pennsylvania State Memorial is a Gettysburg Battlefield monument commemorating the 34,530 Pennsylvania soldiers "who fought at Gettysburg" The pavilion is the largest monument on the Gettysburg Battlefield. In 1909-10, Samuel Murray created "The Goddess of Victory and Peace" (Athena) from melted-down cannons. Athena is also a shrewd companion of heroes and is the
Martha Fruehauf Less Cancer advocate provided closing statements for the National Cancer Prevention Day. Martha Fruehauf who gave closing statements at the briefing for National Cancer Prevention Day is embarking on a 300-mile bicycle ride across the state of Michigan. Kicking-off the challenge, with Suzi Tobias also a Less Cancer advocate (Team Girls on
Suzi Tobias, Less Cancer Advocate – Speaks On Prevention Capitol Hill -National Cancer Prevention Day
Suzi Tobias (l) with her friends daughter Aileen Graef (r). Tobias spoke in the Capitol for prevention National Cancer Prevention Day and of the loss of her friend from cancer Aileen O'Brien. It’s an honor and a pleasure for me to speak to you today. Thank you for being here. Thank you
Erica Wiley (r) Spoke at the US Capitol Building.National Cancer Prevention Day February 4 ,2013.Mrs. Wiley spoke of her journey with her son's cancer and the medical advances that could not save him and the importance of prevention. Pictured here (c) is Less Cancer Founder Bill Couzens and (l) Stormy Stokes Hood.
Congressman Israel Introduces Resolution for National Cancer Prevention Day: Less Cancer Founder, Bill Couzens Speaks at Briefing
Less Cancer Board Members Veronique Pittman (L) Less Cancer Founder Bill Couzens and Less Cancer Board Member Stormy Stokes Hood.(R) Washington, DC National Cancer Prevention Day, February 4th, 2013, serves to remind people that when looking at cancer they need to look at prevention and reducing risks for human health and the
Less Cancer Founder Bill Couzens Speaks at US Capitol Building Today is a briefing for the resolution for Cancer Prevention Day February 4, 2013 in the US Capitol Building. Bill Couzens, Founder of Less Cancer spoke. In addition to thanking Congressman Israel also thanked law makers in individual state that were also recognizing