Sculpture for Auction to Benefit Breast Cancer Research

Sculpture for Auction to Benefit Breast Cancer Research

One Joplin man is auctioning off a sculpture he made to raise money for breast cancer.
JOPLIN, MO.--- Sculptor Larry Glaze says his wife passed away from brain cancer five years ago and it inspired him to do more to help people battling the disease. The sculpture is made out of wood, deer antlers and metal. It took Glaze nearly 200 hours to build the sculpture. All of the money he raises will go towards the Breast Cancer Foundation of the Ozarks.

"It's very rewarding and very heartwarming for me because we all know people throughout our lives, relatives, friends, close ones that have been diagnosed with cancer," says Larry Glaze, Artist. 

If you want to bid on the piece, it will be auctioned at the Pink Ribbon Gala this Saturday at the Downstream Casino pavilion. For more information on the gala, click here. 

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