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Tractor Trek

Tractor Trek

The 9th Annual Tractor Trek is scheduled for Saturday, June 1! The Trek starts at the Schlosser Residence and proceeds to Harmon Lake and back. Check in starts at 9 am with the trek beginning at 10 am. The day concludes with a tractor show at Schlosser Residence.

Understanding Cervical Cancer

Understanding Cervical Cancer

Cervical cancer is a disease in which cells in the cervix become abnormal and divide without control, forming a mass called a tumor. The cervix is the lower, narrow end of the uterus. Cervical cancer is the easiest gynecologic cancer to prevent with regular screening...

Canvas of Hope Art Class

Canvas of Hope Art Class

There are times when patients and cancer survivors have a difficult time expressing themselves. Other times, they just need a creative outlet. The Bismarck Cancer Center Foundation offers healing art workshops to help with the healing process and provide a source of creative, therapeutic self-expression.

Bucks for Bras

Bucks for Bras

Borrowed Bucks Roadhouse and the Bismarck Cancer Center Foundation announce the 12th annual “Bucks for Bras” Benefit Event to be held Wednesday, October 25, 2023.

Spookout Cancer with Puklich Cheverolet

Spookout Cancer with Puklich Cheverolet

8th Annual Spook Out Cancer Event
Join us for our 8th Annual Spook Out Cancer Event! There will be Trunk-or-Treating and an online auction! (Stay tuned for online auction link) 100% of proceeds will go towards our $50,000 goal for the Bismarck Cancer Center Foundation during the month of October.

Bluegrass Goes Pink

Bluegrass Goes Pink

Join the Cotton Wood bluegrass band and Friends for the 2024 Bluegrass Goes Pink concert and fun run on July 27, 2024!

Clays Against Cancer

Clays Against Cancer

The annual Clays Against Cancer Flurry Format event is scheduled for Friday, September 27, 2024, at Capital City Shooting Clay!

Proceeds of this event benefit the Bismarck Cancer Center Foundation. Quality fundraisers, such as Sporting Clays for Cancer, are planned to assist with the expansion and development of the Bismarck Cancer Center and its services.