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Houston, TX, March 6, 2015 – On April 10, 2015 from 11 am to 1 pm, The Rose will host its Third Annual A Time to Care Luncheon, sponsored by Comerica at the Junior League of Houston (811 Briar Oaks Ln,). This event is focused on celebrating and encouraging the time and care that The Rose and Houston women have dedicated to personal health and their own community.  Chairing the event this year is Pam Lovett, Director of Business Development and Community Affairs at Comerica.

“With the support and commitment of the philanthropic Houston community, The Rose is able to save lives and provide care to all women,” said Dorothy Gibbons, CEO and co-founder of The Rose. “We believe in celebrating the gift of time that the community helps us to provide those in need.”

The topic of the luncheon, “Increasing Your Happiness Quotient!,” will be presented by the prolific and insightful Megan Johntz. Johntz hails from Austin and is an acclaimed author, psychotherapist and public speaker.

“Modern women are juggling families, careers, philanthropy and often times our pure joy and health take a back seat,” said Johntz. “This event focuses on taking time to take care of your health and the health of others, and happiness is absolutely integral to both your mental and physical well-being.”

This will be Johntz second Houston appearance and speaking engagement and The Rose team looks forward to welcoming her to their audience of professional women and friends.

“This annual celebration has become our mid-spring retreat,” said Gibbons. “As women, we must be intentional about taking time for ourselves and Megan’s positive outlook on life will remind us all that there’s so much to take joy in each day.”

Funds raised at the event benefit The Rose and their annual programming. The Rose is Southeast Texas’ leader in breast health care and they recently reported sponsoring more than 8,000 uninsured mammograms in 2014. Their programs continue to reach new territories, and access to The Rose’s Care Centers and Mobile Mammography is available to women in 35 counties. These women are provided with screenings, diagnostics, and access to treatment, regardless of their insurance or ability to pay.

To learn more about The Rose’s Third Annual A Time to Care Luncheon or to register, call 281-464-5165, email events@therose.org, or visit http://www.the-rose.org.Tweet using the hashtag #atimetocare to help The Rose give the gift of time by getting the word out.

Click here to download high resolution photos from last year’s luncheon.

About The Rose

The Rose is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization, offering advanced breast cancer screening, diagnostic services, and access to treatment. The Rose uniquely meets the needs of both insured and uninsured women. The Rose boasts board certified and fellowship trained radiologists, specialized technical staff, advanced digital imaging centers, a mobile mammography fleet, and a renowned Patient Navigation program.

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