Join us for a community benefit to support Neuroblastoma research and the family of Harlow Harue Phillips.
February 10, 2018
at the Red Barn in Evansville
4:00 - 5:30pm:
Princesses and Superheroes of ALL ages!!
Kid-friendly activities and silent auction items!
($20 Dinner Tickets include meal and 2 raffle tickets.) Tickets can be purchased in advance at Evansville High School.
6:00 - 7:00pm:
WISCO DISCO DJ
Harlow Phillips is the daughter of Andy and Melani Phillips of Evansville, WI. Over Labor Day weekend, which also happened to be the weekend of her 4th birthday, Harlow was suffering from severe stomach pain. She was immediately taken to the UW Children's Hospital, where she had undergone hours of tests and scans. These tests diagnosed Harlow with high-risk Stage 4 Neuroblastoma cancer in her abdomen. Harlow recently completed several rounds of chemotherapy that spanned from early September through December 3, 2017. The goal of the chemotherapy was to reduce the tumor to a point where doctors can remove as much as possible. Harlow will have to battle through levels of pain on a day to day basis that many of us will never understand or experience in our lives. The next steps in her treatment include surgery after Christmas, two stem cell transplants, immunotherapy and radiation.
Kellan Sunness and Logan Katzenmeyer are seniors at Evansville High School, and for our Senior Project, we are hosting a Princess Ball in Harlow's honor. The Princess Ball will be a benefit designed to not only raise money to support Harlow's battle, but to offer a donation to continue research in finding a cure for Neuroblastoma. This event will include both live and silent auctions, and several raffles. All proceeds will be split between the Phillips family and Neuroblastoma research conducted through BEATNB.com. We are currently looking for items for both silent and live auction. Donations may be anything from gift cards and money, baked goods, processed meat, antiques, or collector's items.
For donation information and questions,