To fund research that gives women the early detection screening that they need to beat ovarian cancer.
Our inaugural event in 2018 celebrated the life of Tracy Madrick Keith, a loving wife, mother, daughter, sister and friend who championed the cause of ovarian cancer research from the time of her diagnosis until she lost her battle with the disease in 2017. We raised $15,000 for the Ovarian Cancer Alliance of Greater Cincinnati.
In 2019, we donated $30,000 to benefit the new St. Elizabeth Cancer Center. We have also made a commitment of $250,000 for the designation of the Center for Gynecologic Cancer Care in which this area will be named after Tracy Madrick Keith.
The center will be right here in Northern Kentucky on the current St. Elizabeth campus. This center will be the largest comprehensive cancer center in our region. They are building the cancer center around a clinical research programs that will include trials of the latest drugs, which might not be available in other hospitals for years. They will be offering cancer patients access specialized physicians who are committed to research and cutting-edge therapeutics. We feel that this new cancer center will save countless lives of all cancer patients in Northern Kentucky. The center is to be completed in 2020.
We are a group of volunteers, family and friends of Tracy Madrick Keith, who are committed to raising funds for ovarian cancer research and bringing awareness to the community about ovarian cancer.
Tony Keith - President
Ron Madrick - Father
Sherry Madrick - Mother
Jennifer Oney-Hill - Secretary
Valerie Januski (Friend & Neighbor)
Jayne Rauh - Treasurer (Friend & Neighbor)
Marcia Scholl (Friend & Neighbor)
Justine Snyder (Friend & Neighbor)
Sarah McCane (Friend & Neighbor)
Diane Planck (Friend & Neighbor)
Heather Church (Friend & Neighbor)
Tighe Dustin (Friend & Neighbor)
Amy Spence (Friend & Neighbor)
Kristie Stambaugh (Friend & Neighbor)
Karen Sullivan (Friend & Neighbor)