Cancer Services Network (CSN) in Abilene is hosting its annual Wild Game Dinner Fundraiser. The CSN's main goal is to provide hope and help to all local cancer patients, cancer survivors, their families, and caregivers. By providing financial,  emotional, spiritual, and social services.

Cancer kills one in every four people in the U.S. every year, as you'll learn in the video above. We can all agree that cancer is expensive to treat, but not only that, it puts a massive burden on the patients, their families, and our community as well. As many cancer patients have asked me throughout my lifetime "how will I ever pay for all the treatment and medicines I will receive?"

Cancer Services Network to the rescue. In 1998 CSN was founded by Dr. Victor Hirsch who made it very clear that he wanted to establish a non-profit foundation to receive and distribute money donations to assist in the treatment and the care of cancer patients. CSN was the answer and they became a local community-based nonprofit 501(c)(3). Since then, they have been dedicated to serving cancer patients and their families throughout 19 counties of West Texas.

And now Cancer Services Network continues with their fundraiser titled the "7th Annual Fur, Fowl & Fin Wild Game Dinner" this Thursday, June 24th at 6 PM. The dinner will be held at the 201 Mesquite Event Center, tickets are available but you'd better hurry and order your tickets now. Tickets are only $100 a person and sponsorships are still available.

As the title of this event alludes to, you'll enjoy some wonderful fur, fin, and fowl wild game for dinner. If you would like to sponsor and/or Participate simply call Ginger at 325-672-0040 or go to their CancerServicesNetwork.org website to inquire about sponsoring this event.

The 7th Annual Fur, Fowl & Fin Wild Game Dinner begins when the doors open at 6 pm on June 24th. Besides the wild game dinner, there will be a raffle, and auction to benefit Cancer Services Network. If you can help and or donate please do so, our community needs you now.

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Photo by: Cancer Services Network/ Nancy Tyler

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