Activist and Ambassador Nancy G. Brinker, who made it her life-long mission to find a cure after her sister (Susan G. Komen) succumbed to breast cancer, came to the event to personally thank Washington, DC's news women for their support.
Held at the Ritz Carlton - Georgetown, the event donated 100% of proceeds to Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.
Scroll through the photos below to see the charitable "newsbabes" who made this event possible. -- Markette
Princess of DC sports, Lindsay Czarniak, with Markette and Vanessa.
Good Morning Washington's Alison Starling shares the charitable spirit with fellow ABC 7 "newsbabe" Pamela Brown.
Every time we see WUSA 9's Anita Brikman she is always so warm and friendly - we love this "newsbabe!"
Beautiful and talented ABC 7 news anchor Cynne Simpson.
Angie Goff strikes a pose with author, Lawrence O'neal.
Vanessa warms up to Fox 5's weather wonder woman Sue Palka.
Meanwhile, Markette tries to keep it cool around her favorite local weather anchor!
Hello...McFly!?! Mix 107.3's Tommy McFly.
Vanessa and "Bachelor" Andy Baldwin, the Navy doctor with a big heart!
Theo Abbott, our No. 1 fan, says he watches us on DCTV at 2 am!
Go shorty...it's ya birthday!
Pretty in Pink!
The ladies of Virginia's Gold Cup go pink for a good cause.
More Pink Ladies!
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