LIVINGSTON — In recognition of the 25th Annual National Cancer Survivors Day, The Saint Barnabas Cancer Program invite their patients to a Celebration of Life Luncheon on Sunday, Sept. 9. This special event celebrates the courage of cancer survivors, the fortitude of their health caregivers, and the support of their loved ones. The afternoon is hosted by The Saint Barnabas Cancer Program and will take place from 12 to 3 p.m. at Mayfair Farms, 481 Eagle Rock Ave., West Orange.
Celebration of Life will feature a presentation entitled “A Life in the Balance: A Comic’s Story of Surviving Cancer with Laughter and a Passion for Living” by keynote speaker Scott Burton. An 18-year osteosarcoma survivor, Burton is an award-winning comedian, national champion juggler, survivor and author of the book, “A Life in the Balance.” He is praised for his ability to shed comic light on his own journey to survivorship and his high energy and hilarious performance teaches others how to find joy during challenging times.
To make a reservation, call the Cancer Program registration line at 1-973-322-2671 by Aug. 30. Leave your name, phone number, guest’s name (children must be over the age of 16) and your doctor’s name. Due to limited space, only one guest per attendee.