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Indiana’s only breast cancer dragon boat team.  Our mission is to provide breast cancer survivors a strong message of hope, inspiration, and encouragement by creating a floating support group. 

Recent News

  • Passions Collide: Artists & Paddlers Meet

    We invite everyone to join us for a unique collaboration between Indy SurviveOars and the Stutz Artist Association.  This special event features paddle art by Indianapolis artists available for viewing and sale by silent auction.  Participating artists will be competing for juried and people's choice awards.  Also included will be Stutz artists' open studios and Raymond James Stutz Art Gallery Show featuring Rich Hanna and Linette Bledsoe.  

     

    Wendy Franklin PaddleArtist Wendy Franklin

     

    April Willy paddleArtist April Willy

     


     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    The event will take place March 6, 2015 from 5 PM to 9 PM at the Stutz Center, Bear Cat Alley, 212 West 10th Street, Indianapolis, Indiana.  Admission is free.  To see images of completed paddles  click here.

    Platinum Sponsor

            

    Gold Sponsor

     

  • 2015 Vines for Life - Connecting the Causes

    The fifth annual Vines for Life - Connecting the Causes event took place on Friday, January 16, 2015 at the beautiful and spacious Hawthorns Golf and Country Club in Fishers.  This yearly Wine, Craft Beer and Craft Liquor Tasting event benefits three Geist Area cancer charities:  Creating Hope, Team Luke and Indy SurviveOars!

    Once again, the premier sponsor for this fun and worthwhile event was:

    Ed Martin Automotive Group

    In addition to the opportunity to taste a wide variety of quality wines from around the world, craft beers and craft liquors, the evening entertainment included delicious hors d'ouvres, a silent auction, a live auction with several one-of-a-kind trips and live music by Bongo Boy.  

     

  • Healing on the Water

     

    WISH-TV, a local Indianapolis TV station, recently featured Indy SurviveOars in a media spot. The reporter even joined the team during practice on a chilly, blustery October evening on Geist Reservoir, seated in the drummer's seat at the front of the boat. We thank WISH-TV for taking an interest in Indy SurviveOars and for helping us share our message with a larger audience. Please enjoy the article and video on their site:

    Breast Cancer Survivors find Healing on the Water