Light Duluth Teal Gala Shines Beacon of Hope

Adam Olander
Updated: September 08, 2018 11:22 PM

As the Duluth Aerial Lift Bridge was lit up in teal, the Minnesota Ovarian Cancer Alliance was well on their way to raising funds for cancer research and programming this weekend.

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In turn, the Light Duluth Teal Gala was being held for its 6th year at the DECC.

"Looking out at this beautifully lit up teal bridge always inspires me," said cancer survivor and MOCA Board Member, Kris Greer. "We're spreading awareness and we're also a shining beacon of light and hope. It's the hope that we can do everything we can to end ovarian cancer. This evening, I hope you feel inspired too."

According to MOCA, this year the organization provided $775,000 to ovarian cancer research funding, and is one of the largest private funders of ovarian cancer research in the nation.


Adam Olander

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