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Dr. Scott Lewis' Outrageous Comedy Hypnosis Show - May 20, 2007
Sun, May 20, 2007

Where:
Annenberg Center for Health Sciences at Eisenhower
39000 Bob Hope Drive
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270




Revina, Norm and Scott (their son) are busy planning a fundraiser to raise money and awareness for multiple myeloma, at the Annenberg Center for Health Sciences at Eisenhower in Rancho Mirage. The show will be, "Dr. Scott Lewis's Outrageous Comedy Hypnosis Show" and will also feature an additional guest entertainer. This show is appropriate for all ages and is family friendly. Dr. Scott has been entertaining as a Comedy Hypnotist at the Rivera Hotel in Las Vegas for the past 5 years.

There will also be a raffle drawing including items such as: dinner at the Pacifica Restaurant, large gift baskets from Bristol Farms and Trader Joe's, two beautiful signed prints from Von Wening Art Gallery at the Gardens on El Paseo, golf for four at the Palm Valley Country Club, and two full sets of golf clubs, including bag with covers and putters.

Doors will open at 1:30 PM and show starts at 2:00 PM. Sunday May 20, 2007. Tickets are $20 and will be available within the next two weeks.

Please inform family members, friends and people in any organizations that you are involved with about this worthwhile event. All net proceeds will go to the International Myeloma Foundation to be used for their research initiative "Bank On A Cure®."

For those of you who will be out of town and unable to attend, you can still support the Lewis Family by making a donation to their effort. Send your check, made payable to the IMF, to 12650 Riverside Dr. #206, North Hollywood, CA 91607, or you can CLICK HERE to make a donation for this event.

For further information, please contact the Lewis Family at (760) 345-3040 or (760) 567-4264.

*Bank On A Cure is the world’s first "gene bank" of myeloma patient DNA. Saliva samples are analyzed to look for genetic variations that may contribute to:

  1. response to specific myeloma treatments
  2. susceptibility to toxic side effects
  3. contributing factors and/or a predisposition to myeloma.