The 10th Annual Ladies’ Night Out
October 11, 2022 | 5 – 8 pm | UCM Multipurpose Building
An Event to Raise Breast Cancer Awareness

The ticket link is now closed. Additional tickets will be available at the door.
Each $15 ticket will support the hospital’s mission and include a free t-shirt, VIP bag with coupons and goodies inside, and will also be entered into multiple raffles!
Additional raffles will be given away to those who schedule their mammogram between August 1st and the night of the event.
To schedule your mammogram, call (660) 262-7370. Must schedule the appointment to take place in 2022.
Early detection is the best protection when it comes to breast cancer, and we have made this process simple by having mammogram scheduling available at the event. In the past 5 years, over 480 mammograms have been scheduled at LNO and multiple cancer diagnoses have been caught. As a medical center, we know that the journey to recovery doesn’t just stop at a diagnosis, which is why we have many resources, providers and educational information available at Ladies’ Night Out.
All proceeds from our event benefit the WMMC Foundation, which supports the hospital’s mission to provide high-quality healthcare services that improve the wellness of our greater community. Since 2017, over 1 million dollars have been given back to the medical facility, including $350,000 directly to cancer care and an additional $700,000 to other areas that also impact our cancer patients, such as the Operating Rooms and Family Comfort Suites.

Honorary Survivor: Felisa Brown

“I was diagnosed with HER2 Positive Stage I ductal breast cancer following a mammogram that was scheduled at Ladies’ Night Out 2021.

My biopsy and lumpectomy were done by Dr. Ghazali at WMMC. I had the choice of staying in Warrensburg or going to other area hospitals for treatment, and I chose to stay ‘home.’ I wanted to do everything that I could to stay in Warrensburg because I did not want to drive or find drivers all the time for tests or treatments. I have also lived in this town for almost 40 years and I feel very comfortable with our hospital.

As I was going along the journey of treatments and tests, I continually ran into people I already knew that become part of my recovery team and I LOVED that. I also really enjoyed my oncologist, Dr. Singh, and his nurse practitioner, Shea Fijal.

As far as recovery, I had six rounds of chemo last spring, twenty rounds of radiation this summer and I have started targeted therapy until February and then immunotherapy for the next 5 years.

When I was diagnosed with breast cancer, I had just found that I was going to be a Grandma, so I had more reason to fight this! I am so thankful for all the prayers and to my Heavenly Father for giving me the strength and comfort I needed to fight this fight. My family, my work family at Warrensburg Christian School, and Bethlehem Lutheran Church family have been so supportive with helping driving, food, monetary gifts, understanding with time off and concern and prayers.”