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FALL 2017

Ballantyne Magazine covers news, events, real estate, restaurants, shopping, health, schools and business in the upscale Ballantyne Area of Charlotte, NC.

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1 Stiletto Sprint Fights Ovarian Cancer The 7th Annual Stiletto Sprint will take place Saturday, Sept. 16, at SouthPark Mall. The presenting sponsor is Bissell. All net proceeds stay local to support research conducted by Levine Cancer Institute physicians to advance the early diagnosis and treatment of ovar- ian cancer. Register, donate or info: http://bit.ly/2uJcvH4. 2 Golf Classic Tops $100,000 The 2017 Julie Cole Charity Golf Clas- sic held on June 5 raised $110,000 for Bridge Hospice, The Women's Center of Bluffton Hospital and the Julie Cole Junior Golf Fund, which supports The First Tee. This year, guest pros Pat McGowan and Craig Stadler joined Cole at the Findlay, Ohio, event. Since its inception, the classic has raised more than $2.6 million. Cole, a Findlay native, is managing partner at Dana Rader Golf School in Ballantyne. 3 Rotary Sponsors Golf Tournament Meck South Rotary will hold its annual Bloody Marys on Five Golf Tournament on Monday, Sept. 25, at TPC Piper Glen. The event is held in memory of club member Steve Baune and benefits Beds for Kids of Charlotte, his favorite charity. Details: www.bmo5.com. 4 Foundation Sponsors 10th Annual Run The Isabella Santos Foundation's 10th Annual 5K/10K Race for Kids Cancer will be held Saturday, Sept. 30, in Bal- lantyne Corporate Park at 8 a.m. The charity raises funds to fight childhood cancer in memory of Isabella Santos, daughter of Marvin residents Erin and Stuart Santos. Registration and details: www.5kforkidscancer.com. 5 Breast Cancer Event Attracts 'Stars' The event "Dancing with the Stars of Charlotte to Benefit the Pink House" raised more than $500,000 last spring for Carolina Breast Friends, a nonprofit dedicated to helping women and men with breast cancer. Ballantyne-raised Rachel Brown (a "Face" in the summer issue) was a fea- tured dancer, with Page and Jake Feh- ling (also in the summer issue) serving as show co-hosts. Info or to donate: www.carolinabreastfriends. org. Sweet Charities Lending a helping hand 1 2 4 5 Photo courtesy of Kate Moore Photography, Carolinas HealthCare Foundation Photo courtesy of Beth Wade Photography 3 BALLANTYNE FALL 2017 26 Wire

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