Written by Leo Candelaria, Cancer Support Community Arizona
PARTICIPANT AND MILITARY VETERAN

When you walk in it feels like family. Nobody’s going to be judging me. It’s nice to talk to other people with a cancer story.

As men, we put up this guard, that we are always strong.

You know what, cancer hurts. I don’t feel good at times and I really want to let that guard down. Around family we don’t let our emotions show. With other men I’m able to be real. to cry if I need to cry, to laugh when I’m in need of that. A chance for only men to get to know each other. We can really let loose.

This summer, we’re inviting all men impacted by cancer to get together and enjoy a relaxing day, while out doing something fun. Register at cscaz.org. Tickets are limited.

July 2: Spider-Man: Far from Home. Join us for an outing to see the new Spider-man. Showtime is 1:10 pm at AMC Arizona Center 24 in Phoenix.
August 13: Heard Museum: The internationally acclaimed Heard Museum is one of the best places to experience the myriad of cultures and art of the American Indians of the Southwest. From 1–3 pm, including a guided tour.
September 3: Eat and play, poker & dominoes. this special event will be on-site from 11 am–1 pm as we celebrate our community with poker & dominoes. Lunch will be provided. At Cancer Support Community Arizona