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BBQ & Bourbon will benefit Cancer Pathways Midwest

EVANSVILLE – There’s not much better than sitting down to a bountiful barbecue dinner, except, possibly, first having a cooking class with a renowned pitmaster, noshing on appetizers, and then having the barbecue dinner. You can do it all and benefit a great cause at the BBQ & Bourbon Cooking School and Dinner for Cancer Pathways on Saturday, Feb. 25.

Cancer Pathways began in 2014 as a local chapter of Gilda’s Club, which was brought to Evansville with the help of Ann and Randy Moore after Ann was diagnosed with cancer.

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“Ann knew she’d be cared for because there are so many organizations for those with cancer,” said Kalah Schmitz, development and operations director for Cancer Pathways. “But there wasn’t much support for their family and friends. So, they went on a search and found Gilda’s Club, which was a national group, and helped bring it here through community support.”

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