Senator Wendy Davis, breast cancer survivors, to speak at luncheon


    The annual “Feed Your Pink Side” Breast Cancer Awareness Luncheon will be from noon to 1:30 p.m. in the Dee J. Kelly Alumni and Visitors Center.|

    State senator Wendy Davis will speak at the event, along with a panel of three breast cancer survivors and their children, said Anne Barrett, administrative assistant to Ann Louden, TCU Chancellor’s associate for external relations.

    Louden,who is also the chairwoman of the TCU Frogs for the Cure Committee, will moderate as the survivors and their children answer questions about cancer and its effect on their lives. Barrett said the luncheon is full, with over 150 faculty and staff having made reservations.

    Frogs for the Cure is in its sixth year and all events surrounding cancer awareness this month will lead up to the TCU football game against BYU Oct. 16. All proceeds from the events will go toward cancer research, Barrett said.

    For more information about Frogs for the Cure and National Breast Cancer Awareness Month events, go to

    Sixth Annual “Feed Your Pink Side” Breast Cancer Awareness Luncheon

    Noon to 1:30 p.m. today

    Dee J. Kelly Alumni and Visitors Center, Cox Rooms A, B and C

    Sold out

    Breast Cancer Awareness Month Events

    Oct. 5: Cancer Awareness Luncheon: “Feed your Pink Side”

    Oct. 13: Pink Out Bingo (Date subject to change)

    Oct. 16: Tim Halperin sings at Dallas Race for the Cure

    Komen survivor tailgate before the 3 p.m. TCU vs. BYU game

    Tim Halperin concert in Frog Alley after the game

    Frogs for the Cure T-shirts will be on sale at the TCU Bookstore. Three dollars from each shirt will go toward breast cancer research.