The event will raise funds to purchase gas cards and groceries and provide help in other ways for those who are battling the deadly disease.


To date, the group has raised more than $40,000 to battle cancer.

Visit vendors, enjoy great treats, live entertainment and fun for the whole family while supporting cancer awareness, research and support.

“This year will we going to have a CROSS for a CAUSE Relay,” says organizer Debra Wayman. “I hope many will participate. The cross represents the love that was shown to us and His suffering; we know that those with cancer and their families suffer and we want them to see when they look to the cross, decorated with white and pink lights, that Medora and others care and show their love and we hope they see our light.”

Those wanting to participate need to meet at Medora covered bridge at 3 p.m.

The cross made by Wayman’s father 30 years ago was used for a church play.

“It will be carried over head and passed to each group that is gathered at the street intersections,” she added. When the cross reaches the stage, it will be lighted and remain lit for one month; to remind all those of the love that was shown to us and we in return want all those who view the cross to know that there are many who have supported the HOPE Medora Goes Pink Breast Cancer Awareness Event, and offered Love, Prayers and monetary support to the many people and families who are affected by all types of cancer, I hope there will be large crowd to gather at the stage at 4 p.m. to hear the band Scarlet 2 White.”

Schedule of Events:

    • 7am Breakfast 7am Lunch 11am at the Medora Senior Citizens (Main St.)
    • 9 am 5K Run/Walk * Timing Company: To The Finish (George St.)
    • 9 am – 5 pm H & C Amusements (George St.) $8.00 bracelets – ride all day
    • 9 am – 5 pm Booths Open Crafts, jewelry and more (Main Street)
    • 9 am Volleyball Tournament Competitive Adult Coed (Medora Community School – Gym)
    • 9 am – 1 pm “Be My Support” Bra Contest Register 8-9 am Winners Announced: 1 pm (237 Building)
    • 9 am – 3 pm Car Show / Cruise In (Perry/Riley St.) Registration: 9am-12 noon
    • Judging: 12:30 pm – 2 pm
    • Awards & Prizes: 3 pm
    • 9:30 am HOPE Ambassadors Announced (Stage- Main / George St.)
    • 10 am – Noon Face Painting and Fingernail Art for the children (George St.) Free /Donation
    • 10 am – 1 pm Carnival Games – Medora Community Schools, Cafeteria (George, St.)
    • 10 am – 1pm Dirt Bikes, ATV, UTV, Motorcycles & Rat Bikes Exhibition (Perry St.)
    • Drawing for prizes 12:30 pm
    • 10 am – 5 pm Food Booths
    • Horse Drawn Carriage Rides
    • Wagon rides to the Medora Covered Bridge
    • Barrel ride for the children
    • 10 am Baby, Prince & Princess, King & Queen Contest ( Medora Christian Church, George St.)
    • 12:30 pm Community Walk and Balloon Launch 237 Building, adjacent to the Medora Christian Church Sponsored by: Seymour Tubing, Inc.
  • 1 pm Irish Wolf Hound March for Cancer (Irish Wolf Hounds Main / David St/ 9am-5pm)
    • 3 pm CROSS for a CAUSE Relay (Beginning at the Medora Covered Bridge- relayed to the Stage (George/Main St.) Everyone is invited to be a part of the Relay; join any group that is gathered Along the route, and be a part of the Relay and the lighting of the cross
    • Health Fair- 7 am – 11am Schneck Medical Center
    • FREE Osteoporosis Screening – Heel Dexa Scan, Free Cholesterol and Glucose,
    • Blood Pressures, Pulmonary Function, Schneck Cancer Center – Colo Care Kits,
    • Schneck Vein Center – information
    • Lab – Discounted rate – *Comprehensive Metabolic Panel with Lipid Survey -$35 (fast 8 – 12 hrs.) * TSH (Thyroid testing) $26
    • 9 am – 1 pm 237 Building (George St.)
    • Silent Auction
    • Wig Wam Claralee Black
    • Therapeutic Hand Massage Bridget Molinari & Sherry Barnes
    • Purdue Nutrition Education Program
    • Health Centered Spine & Wellness
    • Medora Covered Bridge Presentation Morris Tippin
    • Medora Community Lions Club- Eye Screening
    • 9 am- 2 pm Ribbon Wall Display * Wall of HOPE 237 Building (George St.) Post ribbons, pictures (copies please) and messages under the categories: Survivors, Journey, Gone But Not Forgotten
    • 2pm FREE – DOOR PRIZES – Drawing – 237 Building (George St.) You do not have to be present to win

Entertainment Announcer – Clarence Brown

    • 8:45 am – 9:15 am – Justyn Underwood
    • 10 am – 11 am – Shaylee Mondie, Justyn Underwood
    • 11:15 am – 12:15 pm – MTR Cowboy Church
    • 12:30 pm – 1:15 pm – Medora Pentecostal Church
    • 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm – Anonamus Band
    • 2:45 pm – 3:45 pm – Past Tense
    • 4 pm – 5 pm – Scarlet 2 White

Featured Attractions

    • Pink Tractor – Wilber & Ann Hoevener
    • Pink Propane Truck – Premier Energy
    • Rock Crawler – Becky Meeks
    • Dodge Up – Roger & Judi Wineinger
    • 96.3 FM WJAA – Cool Bus – purchase a tie dyed T-shirt, “Hope Faith Love” Conquering Cancer
  • Pink Panther, Bugs Bunny, Tweety Bird, Sylvester the Cat