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Event held to honor Mishawaka cancer survivor

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The Jazz on the Terrace event honoring a local cancer survivor took place Thursday. Music was one of the bonuses at the event at the Beiger Mansion Inn in Mishawaka.

Jazz musicians performed while people enjoyed cocktails, food and an auction. RiverBend Cancer Services honored Nancy White for her fight against cancer.

White is a seventeen-year ovarian cancer survivor who's been a champion of support for women in her group, Gyno Girls.

"I'm very overwhelmed and humbled trust me. I really feel like it should be the other women in my group that should be honored because they are warriors. They are my inspiration to try to do things for other women," said White.

Proceeds from the event go to support programs and services for cancer patients.

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