Events

Panhandle Cancer Cure Foundation 9th Annual 5K & 1 Mile Fun Run/Walk

October 28, 2017 @ 8:30am
  • Starts at 9th & Counter (Texas Oncology)
  • Leaving from Texas Oncology (1000 S. Coulter)
  • $25 Registration ($30 after October 23rd)
  • Gift cards for the 1st place overall male and female finishers
  • Door prizes
  • Free T-shirts for the first 200
  • Silent Auction
  • To register print out and mail a Registration Form
    OR Register Online

3rd Annual Amarillo Marathon

April 8, 2017 @ 7:30am
Sponsored by:
  • Mike Flores, MD
  • Cinemark USA
  • Amarillo National Bank
  • Pantex
  • Xcel Energy
  • People's Federal Credit Union

Panhandle Cancer Cure Foundation 8th Annual 5K & 1 Mile Fun Run/Walk

October 29, 2016 @ 8:30am
  • Starts at 9th & Counter (Texas Oncology)
  • Leaving from Texas Oncology (1000 S. Coulter)
  • $25 Registration ($30 after October 28th)
  • Gift cards for the 1st place overall male and female finishers
  • Door prizes
  • Free T-shirts for the first 200
  • Silent Auction
  • To register print out and mail a Registration Form
    OR Register Online

3rd Annual PCCF Historic Route 66 Motorcycle Run

August 20th, 2016 @9:00am
  • Starts from TExas Oncology (1000 S. Coulter)
  • Meet up starts at 9:00am
  • Registration is $35 per bike
  • Free gift bags (while supplies last, 1 per bike)
  • Free T-shirt for those that pre-register online
  • Stop include Magnolia STation in Vega, TX and the Mid-Point Cafe in Adrian, TX, and ends at Russell's Travel Center and Car Museum in Endee, NM. 78 miles from Amarillo.
Click Here to Register

2016 Amarillo Marathon benefiting PCCF

April 9, 2016

 

Dudes N' Divas

Meets the second Tuesday of every month at Texas Oncology, 1000 S. Coulter Suite 100 @ 6:00pm

Dudes N' Divas is a support group for breast cancer survivors.

  • Vision is to walk hand and hand with one another
  • Survivors range in age

 

Princess Warriors

Meets the first Tuesday of every month at Texas Oncology 1000 S. Coulter Suite 100 @ 5:30pm

Support group for gynecological cancer survivors