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See larger Sunday evening's Lets Cure Cancer fundraiser at the Naples Country Club was a smash success. A fundraiser for the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center, Sunday's gala was put on by local Naples resident Rose Murphy, an eleven-year pancreatic cancer survivor, and founder of local 501 (c) 3 Cure Cancer. The event was part of a weekend of activities, including a golf tournament, a luncheon and Sunday's dinner. The dinner featured an address by Dr. Daniel Haber-director of Mass. General Hospital's Cancer Center, a live auction and a presentation from famed sports psychologist and author, Dr. Bob Rotella.

Sunday evening's Lets Cure Cancer fundraiser at the Naples Country Club was a smash success. A fundraiser for the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center, Sunday's gala was put on by local Naples resident Rose Murphy, an eleven-year pancreatic cancer survivor, and founder of local 501 (c) 3 Cure Cancer. The event was part of a weekend of activities, including a golf tournament, a luncheon and Sunday's dinner. The dinner featured an address by Dr. Daniel Haber-director of Mass. General Hospital's Cancer Center, a live auction and a presentation from famed sports psychologist and author, Dr. Bob Rotella.

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  • Sunday evening's Lets Cure Cancer fundraiser at the Naples Country Club was a smash success. A fundraiser for the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center, Sunday's gala was put on by local Naples resident Rose Murphy, an eleven-year pancreatic cancer survivor, and founder of local 501 (c) 3 Cure Cancer. The event was part of a weekend of activities, including a golf tournament, a luncheon and Sunday's dinner. The dinner featured an address by Dr. Daniel Haber-director of Mass. General Hospital's Cancer Center, a live auction and a presentation from famed sports psychologist and author, Dr. Bob Rotella.
  • Sunday evening's Lets Cure Cancer fundraiser at the Naples Country Club was a smash success. A fundraiser for the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center, Sunday's gala was put on by local Naples resident Rose Murphy, an eleven-year pancreatic cancer survivor, and founder of local 501 (c) 3 Cure Cancer. The event was part of a weekend of activities, including a golf tournament, a luncheon and Sunday's dinner. The dinner featured an address by Dr. Daniel Haber-director of Mass. General Hospital's Cancer Center, a live auction and a presentation from famed sports psychologist and author, Dr. Bob Rotella.
  • Sunday evening's Lets Cure Cancer fundraiser at the Naples Country Club was a smash success. A fundraiser for the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center, Sunday's gala was put on by local Naples resident Rose Murphy, an eleven-year pancreatic cancer survivor, and founder of local 501 (c) 3 Cure Cancer. The event was part of a weekend of activities, including a golf tournament, a luncheon and Sunday's dinner. The dinner featured an address by Dr. Daniel Haber-director of Mass. General Hospital's Cancer Center, a live auction and a presentation from famed sports psychologist and author, Dr. Bob Rotella.
  • Sunday evening's Lets Cure Cancer fundraiser at the Naples Country Club was a smash success. A fundraiser for the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center, Sunday's gala was put on by local Naples resident Rose Murphy, an eleven-year pancreatic cancer survivor, and founder of local 501 (c) 3 Cure Cancer. The event was part of a weekend of activities, including a golf tournament, a luncheon and Sunday's dinner. The dinner featured an address by Dr. Daniel Haber-director of Mass. General Hospital's Cancer Center, a live auction and a presentation from famed sports psychologist and author, Dr. Bob Rotella.
  • Sunday evening's Lets Cure Cancer fundraiser at the Naples Country Club was a smash success. A fundraiser for the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center, Sunday's gala was put on by local Naples resident Rose Murphy, an eleven-year pancreatic cancer survivor, and founder of local 501 (c) 3 Cure Cancer. The event was part of a weekend of activities, including a golf tournament, a luncheon and Sunday's dinner. The dinner featured an address by Dr. Daniel Haber-director of Mass. General Hospital's Cancer Center, a live auction and a presentation from famed sports psychologist and author, Dr. Bob Rotella.
  • Sunday evening's Lets Cure Cancer fundraiser at the Naples Country Club was a smash success. A fundraiser for the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center, Sunday's gala was put on by local Naples resident Rose Murphy, an eleven-year pancreatic cancer survivor, and founder of local 501 (c) 3 Cure Cancer. The event was part of a weekend of activities, including a golf tournament, a luncheon and Sunday's dinner. The dinner featured an address by Dr. Daniel Haber-director of Mass. General Hospital's Cancer Center, a live auction and a presentation from famed sports psychologist and author, Dr. Bob Rotella.
  • Sunday evening's Lets Cure Cancer fundraiser at the Naples Country Club was a smash success. A fundraiser for the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center, Sunday's gala was put on by local Naples resident Rose Murphy, an eleven-year pancreatic cancer survivor, and founder of local 501 (c) 3 Cure Cancer. The event was part of a weekend of activities, including a golf tournament, a luncheon and Sunday's dinner. The dinner featured an address by Dr. Daniel Haber-director of Mass. General Hospital's Cancer Center, a live auction and a presentation from famed sports psychologist and author, Dr. Bob Rotella.
  • Sunday evening's Lets Cure Cancer fundraiser at the Naples Country Club was a smash success. A fundraiser for the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center, Sunday's gala was put on by local Naples resident Rose Murphy, an eleven-year pancreatic cancer survivor, and founder of local 501 (c) 3 Cure Cancer. The event was part of a weekend of activities, including a golf tournament, a luncheon and Sunday's dinner. The dinner featured an address by Dr. Daniel Haber-director of Mass. General Hospital's Cancer Center, a live auction and a presentation from famed sports psychologist and author, Dr. Bob Rotella.
  • Sunday evening's Lets Cure Cancer fundraiser at the Naples Country Club was a smash success. A fundraiser for the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center, Sunday's gala was put on by local Naples resident Rose Murphy, an eleven-year pancreatic cancer survivor, and founder of local 501 (c) 3 Cure Cancer. The event was part of a weekend of activities, including a golf tournament, a luncheon and Sunday's dinner. The dinner featured an address by Dr. Daniel Haber-director of Mass. General Hospital's Cancer Center, a live auction and a presentation from famed sports psychologist and author, Dr. Bob Rotella.
  • Sunday evening's Lets Cure Cancer fundraiser at the Naples Country Club was a smash success. A fundraiser for the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center, Sunday's gala was put on by local Naples resident Rose Murphy, an eleven-year pancreatic cancer survivor, and founder of local 501 (c) 3 Cure Cancer. The event was part of a weekend of activities, including a golf tournament, a luncheon and Sunday's dinner. The dinner featured an address by Dr. Daniel Haber-director of Mass. General Hospital's Cancer Center, a live auction and a presentation from famed sports psychologist and author, Dr. Bob Rotella.
  • Sunday evening's Lets Cure Cancer fundraiser at the Naples Country Club was a smash success. A fundraiser for the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center, Sunday's gala was put on by local Naples resident Rose Murphy, an eleven-year pancreatic cancer survivor, and founder of local 501 (c) 3 Cure Cancer. The event was part of a weekend of activities, including a golf tournament, a luncheon and Sunday's dinner. The dinner featured an address by Dr. Daniel Haber-director of Mass. General Hospital's Cancer Center, a live auction and a presentation from famed sports psychologist and author, Dr. Bob Rotella.
  • Sunday evening's Lets Cure Cancer fundraiser at the Naples Country Club was a smash success. A fundraiser for the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center, Sunday's gala was put on by local Naples resident Rose Murphy, an eleven-year pancreatic cancer survivor, and founder of local 501 (c) 3 Cure Cancer. The event was part of a weekend of activities, including a golf tournament, a luncheon and Sunday's dinner. The dinner featured an address by Dr. Daniel Haber-director of Mass. General Hospital's Cancer Center, a live auction and a presentation from famed sports psychologist and author, Dr. Bob Rotella.
  • Sunday evening's Lets Cure Cancer fundraiser at the Naples Country Club was a smash success. A fundraiser for the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center, Sunday's gala was put on by local Naples resident Rose Murphy, an eleven-year pancreatic cancer survivor, and founder of local 501 (c) 3 Cure Cancer. The event was part of a weekend of activities, including a golf tournament, a luncheon and Sunday's dinner. The dinner featured an address by Dr. Daniel Haber-director of Mass. General Hospital's Cancer Center, a live auction and a presentation from famed sports psychologist and author, Dr. Bob Rotella.
  • Sunday evening's Lets Cure Cancer fundraiser at the Naples Country Club was a smash success. A fundraiser for the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center, Sunday's gala was put on by local Naples resident Rose Murphy, an eleven-year pancreatic cancer survivor, and founder of local 501 (c) 3 Cure Cancer. The event was part of a weekend of activities, including a golf tournament, a luncheon and Sunday's dinner. The dinner featured an address by Dr. Daniel Haber-director of Mass. General Hospital's Cancer Center, a live auction and a presentation from famed sports psychologist and author, Dr. Bob Rotella.
  • Sunday evening's Lets Cure Cancer fundraiser at the Naples Country Club was a smash success. A fundraiser for the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center, Sunday's gala was put on by local Naples resident Rose Murphy, an eleven-year pancreatic cancer survivor, and founder of local 501 (c) 3 Cure Cancer. The event was part of a weekend of activities, including a golf tournament, a luncheon and Sunday's dinner. The dinner featured an address by Dr. Daniel Haber-director of Mass. General Hospital's Cancer Center, a live auction and a presentation from famed sports psychologist and author, Dr. Bob Rotella.
  • Sunday evening's Lets Cure Cancer fundraiser at the Naples Country Club was a smash success. A fundraiser for the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center, Sunday's gala was put on by local Naples resident Rose Murphy, an eleven-year pancreatic cancer survivor, and founder of local 501 (c) 3 Cure Cancer. The event was part of a weekend of activities, including a golf tournament, a luncheon and Sunday's dinner. The dinner featured an address by Dr. Daniel Haber-director of Mass. General Hospital's Cancer Center, a live auction and a presentation from famed sports psychologist and author, Dr. Bob Rotella.
  • Sunday evening's Lets Cure Cancer fundraiser at the Naples Country Club was a smash success. A fundraiser for the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center, Sunday's gala was put on by local Naples resident Rose Murphy, an eleven-year pancreatic cancer survivor, and founder of local 501 (c) 3 Cure Cancer. The event was part of a weekend of activities, including a golf tournament, a luncheon and Sunday's dinner. The dinner featured an address by Dr. Daniel Haber-director of Mass. General Hospital's Cancer Center, a live auction and a presentation from famed sports psychologist and author, Dr. Bob Rotella.
  • Sunday evening's Lets Cure Cancer fundraiser at the Naples Country Club was a smash success. A fundraiser for the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center, Sunday's gala was put on by local Naples resident Rose Murphy, an eleven-year pancreatic cancer survivor, and founder of local 501 (c) 3 Cure Cancer. The event was part of a weekend of activities, including a golf tournament, a luncheon and Sunday's dinner. The dinner featured an address by Dr. Daniel Haber-director of Mass. General Hospital's Cancer Center, a live auction and a presentation from famed sports psychologist and author, Dr. Bob Rotella.
  • Sunday evening's Lets Cure Cancer fundraiser at the Naples Country Club was a smash success. A fundraiser for the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center, Sunday's gala was put on by local Naples resident Rose Murphy, an eleven-year pancreatic cancer survivor, and founder of local 501 (c) 3 Cure Cancer. The event was part of a weekend of activities, including a golf tournament, a luncheon and Sunday's dinner. The dinner featured an address by Dr. Daniel Haber-director of Mass. General Hospital's Cancer Center, a live auction and a presentation from famed sports psychologist and author, Dr. Bob Rotella.
  • Sunday evening's Lets Cure Cancer fundraiser at the Naples Country Club was a smash success. A fundraiser for the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center, Sunday's gala was put on by local Naples resident Rose Murphy, an eleven-year pancreatic cancer survivor, and founder of local 501 (c) 3 Cure Cancer. The event was part of a weekend of activities, including a golf tournament, a luncheon and Sunday's dinner. The dinner featured an address by Dr. Daniel Haber-director of Mass. General Hospital's Cancer Center, a live auction and a presentation from famed sports psychologist and author, Dr. Bob Rotella.
  • Sunday evening's Lets Cure Cancer fundraiser at the Naples Country Club was a smash success. A fundraiser for the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center, Sunday's gala was put on by local Naples resident Rose Murphy, an eleven-year pancreatic cancer survivor, and founder of local 501 (c) 3 Cure Cancer. The event was part of a weekend of activities, including a golf tournament, a luncheon and Sunday's dinner. The dinner featured an address by Dr. Daniel Haber-director of Mass. General Hospital's Cancer Center, a live auction and a presentation from famed sports psychologist and author, Dr. Bob Rotella.
  • Sunday evening's Lets Cure Cancer fundraiser at the Naples Country Club was a smash success. A fundraiser for the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center, Sunday's gala was put on by local Naples resident Rose Murphy, an eleven-year pancreatic cancer survivor, and founder of local 501 (c) 3 Cure Cancer. The event was part of a weekend of activities, including a golf tournament, a luncheon and Sunday's dinner. The dinner featured an address by Dr. Daniel Haber-director of Mass. General Hospital's Cancer Center, a live auction and a presentation from famed sports psychologist and author, Dr. Bob Rotella.
  • Sunday evening's Lets Cure Cancer fundraiser at the Naples Country Club was a smash success. A fundraiser for the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center, Sunday's gala was put on by local Naples resident Rose Murphy, an eleven-year pancreatic cancer survivor, and founder of local 501 (c) 3 Cure Cancer. The event was part of a weekend of activities, including a golf tournament, a luncheon and Sunday's dinner. The dinner featured an address by Dr. Daniel Haber-director of Mass. General Hospital's Cancer Center, a live auction and a presentation from famed sports psychologist and author, Dr. Bob Rotella.

Sunday evening's Lets Cure Cancer fundraiser at the Naples Country Club was a smash success. A fundraiser for the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center, Sunday’s gala was put on by local Naples resident Rose Murphy, an eleven-year pancreatic cancer survivor, and founder of local 501 (c) 3 Cure Cancer. The event was part of a weekend of activities, including a golf tournament, a luncheon and Sunday’s dinner. The dinner featured an address by Dr. Daniel Haber—director of Mass. General Hospital’s Cancer Center, a live auction and a presentation from famed sports psychologist and author, Dr. Bob Rotella.  

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