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Think Pink 2020

Join Lebanon Family Health Services and our Community Partners in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month as we “Think Pink” throughout October. 

Participating Establishments

Babe’s Grill House
Blue Bird Inn
Boyer’s Tavern
Desserts, Etc
Franklin House Tavern
Fredericksburg Eagle Hotel
Gin Mill
Gus Deraco’s 
Lebanon Country Club
Mt Gretna Craft Brewery
Mt Gretna Hideaway
Quentin Tavern
Rising Sun Bar & Kitchen
Snitz Creek Brewery — Annville & Lebanon
Swatara Coffee Company — Jonestown & Annville
The Downtown Lounge 
The Important Thing Café
Timbers
Timeless Café
Trattoria Fratelli 
Wrinkle & Boon

Join LFHS and Host Your Own Pink Party!

Celebrate Think Pink Month and promote Breast Cancer Awareness by hosting a Pink Party during the month of October. Each host will be provided with a Party Box including the base package below and recipe under your chosen theme. Select an add-on to make your party extra special. When planning your party, consider ordering take-out food, beverages, or catering items from our partnering local businesses. Please allow 1‑week for your Pink Party Package to be assembled. For more information contact Amy Kopecky: info@downtownlebanon.com or 717–376-6690 (call or text)

Base Package ($250) — Party for 1–10 people includes:

  • Decorations
    • Photo Backdrop
    • Picture props
    • Straws
    • Napkins
  • Drink recipe
  • Game Ideas
  • Pink Bead Necklaces
  • Think Pink Buttons
  • Think Pink Face Masks

Choose a Theme

Girls’ Night Out

  • Drink Recipe: Quaran’Tini

Add on Options:

  • Charcutirie board from Timeless Café ($50.00)

Brunch

  • Drink Recipe: Pink Sunrise Smoothie

Add on Options:

  • 2- ½ Gallons of Prepared Iced Latte from Wrinkle and Boon ($50.00)

Family Night

  • Drink Recipe: Pink Lemonade

Add on Options:

  • Dozen cupcakes from Desserts Etc ($50.00)

Bringing SARCC and LFHS together for the good of the community

Who can forget our sitting down and trying to determine how we would get SARCC and LFHS to come together to better serve the communities? I never would have thought it would have been as easy as it has been.

Read Jenny’s story

UPDATES

COVID 19

PLEASE NOTE:  LFHS remains open with adjustments made to our WIC program. For the safety of all visitors to LFHS, please see the guidelines for the use of masks. 

Please continue to follow the recommended precautions of hand washing, covering your mouth/nose if you sneeze and practicing social distancing. Also, be aware of public health tips for safer sex. Finally, stay informed about the signs/symptoms of Coronavirus infection and the local resources being put in place at WellSpan. For this information, visit their website .

Information on Lebanon County Emergency Resources.

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