2nd Annual Pat Bonaker Golf Tournament

July 31, 2017

UAH Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity

donates 100 iPads for patient's
use while undergoing treatment

Dr. Marshall Schreeder

Huntsville EVENT Magazine's
one-on-one interview

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    • 07 MAR 17
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    Rick Taylor

    Rick Taylor

    Rick Taylor and the Live Roots Ensemble held a concert February 16, 2017, at Lawrenceburg’s historic Crockett Theatre. A portion of the proceeds from Rick’s CD sales were donated to the Russel Hill Cancer Foundation. We would like to thank Rick for his generous donation as well as Melissa Ford Thornton for organzing the donation! We look forward to working together again in the future!

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    • 02 MAR 17
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    White Linen and Wine 2017

    Bennie and JenniferThank you to everyone who attended our 8th Annual, White Linen and Wine. Also, a very special thank you to Bennie Jacks and Dr. Jennifer Drummond who shared their courageous journey with us! We brought in over $85,000 this year to help cancer patients in North Alabama. Your support means so much to us and we hope you join us again next year! For more photos, please visit us on our Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/russelhillcancerfoundation/ .

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    • 26 JAN 17
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    Clearview Cancer Institute Summer Internships



    Are you a high school or college student looking for a summer internship? Russel Hill has teamed up with Clearview Cancer Institute to bring you 2 new exciting internship opportunities!



    Interns will work under the direction of Clearview Cancer Institute’s Department Directors. Internships will last 8-12 weeks and interns will work 15-20 hours a week. Candidates must be in graduate school or a terminal degree program or have completed 75 semester hours of undergraduate course work.

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    • 04 JAN 17
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    Battle of the Buffalo 2016



    Battle of the Buffalo, an event that started in the lobby of the science building at the University of Alabama in Huntsville, hosted by a fraternity as a social gathering in remembrance of a fallen brother with less than 250 people in attendance in 2008, has since grown to be the South East’s largest wing festival. Why does it continue to grow? Simple; the cause.

    In 2007, the men of the Theta Pi chapter of the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity lost a brother to leukemia.

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