The Breast Cancer Detection Center held its 2nd 'Bra-unch' over the weekend at the Westmark, as a way to honor those who have survived breast cancer.
Survivors gathered for a light lunch and some crafting, where they each decorated a bra that would be put on display at BCDC's 13th annual gala, or Bra-ha-ha, at the end of this month.
In attendance was Jenny Patch, a survivor herself, who will also be at the gala.
In addition to being a survivor, Patch is also a comedian who, in her own words, uses comedy as a way of coping.
Those in attendance let their creativity flow.
They came up with some unique designs that rivaled even the flashiest celebrities, and proudly hung them to be displayed at the gala.
For more information on the Bra-ha-ha you can go to www.bcdcofak.org
"We did a roaring 20's fashion show and we had the big cat walk and let some of you walk through the cat walk and it was fun. S this year I wanted to do something different, but I still really like the idea of all of us doing something together, getting to know each other and doing that, and I think it really went well. So this year, I have to explain back to the beginning, our gala this year is called the Bra-ha-ha, have you guys heard about it? Ok. This year it is still an evening event, we have sponsors for that event, our goal is to raise 120,000 dollars, and then we did this for the survivors here."