Former Miss America to speak at benefit dinner in Athens
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Former Miss America to speak at benefit dinner in Athens

WASHINGTON – November 16, 2016 – (RealEstateRama) — Dr. Deidre Downs Gunn, UAB Physician, Miss America 2005 and co-founder of Alabama’s Curing Childhood Cancer specialty license plate, will speak at Hope for the Holidays, the annual benefit dinner of Team Victory for All presented by Preston Builders.

The dinner is Dec. 12, from 6:30-9 p.m., at the Limestone County Event Center, 114 Pryor St., Athens, AL, 35611. The dinner will also feature the musical talent of Steven Todd Miller and food from Suzanne’s Bakery and Eatery.

Tickets are $25 per person and $125 per table of six, and tickets can be purchased online at or at Riff Raff Home Décor, 107 Market St. E, Athens, Alabama, 35611.

Community members can also sponsor a table for local cancer families by e-mailing info (at) teamvictory4all (dot) org, affording families fighting childhood cancer the opportunity to attend the benefit dinner.

“I know from experience that ‘most wonderful time of year’ is incredibly hard for families fighting childhood cancer, and tickets to the dinner say ‘we’re thinking of you’ during the Christmas season,” said Kristie Williams, who founded Team Victory 4 All after her son, Eli, was diagnosed with a brain tumor.

Team Victory 4 All is a North Alabama nonprofit that supports local families fighting childhood cancer and various research institutions searching for a cure.

To learn more about Team Victory 4 All, please visit


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