Yesterday we brought you part 1 of The Moms newest Mamarazzi event which celebrated Sylvania, Breast Cancer Awareness month and Kristin Chenoweth’s newest album “For The Girls”.
Hosted at The Campbell Bar, at 15 Vanderbilt, right near Grand Central and Glenn Gracia from Sylvania, who told us about the “Be the Light” which focuses on the importance of hope. You can nominate anyone who exemplifies what it means to “Be the Light” at https://www.sylvania.com/BeTheLight to thank that special person who lights up your world. Selected stories will be shared online with the hope they will ignite a movement toward positivity and help inspire others to Be the Light.
Kristin is returning to the stage in a concert celebrating the release of her newest album. The limited engagement begins November 8th at the Nederlander Theatre. For The Girls, honors all the singers that have shaped Chenoweth as a performer.
Kristin has also dealt with breast cancer through her mom and her aunt. She regularly lends her voice to raise awareness about early breast cancer detection. In April of 2008, Kristin’s mom was diagnosed with breast cancer and has since recovered, and it is because of this personal experience that Kristin is passionate about the importance of early detection.
“I think that women forget to put themselves and their health first. We are busy taking care of everybody else, and “I’ll get to it, I’ll get to it, I’ll get to it” is a real problem. If something doesn’t feel right with your body, to listen to your body.”
The Moms are Denise Albert who is a cancer survivor and Melissa Musen Gerstein who want you to know that October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, an annual campaign to increase awareness of the disease. Nearly half of all women 40 and older have dense breasts.