Pink Heals in Bryan TX
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. So, I guess you could say the official color of the month is pink. On Wednesday, October 24, 2012, the local Bryan Fire Department, Police Department and Guardians of the Ribbon will be holding a special Pink Heals event in the Lowes parking lot (3225 Freedom Blvd) in Bryan, TX.
From 5pm to 8pm, emergency vehicles, such as fire trucks, ambulances and squad cars, will be on display with a pink color scheme in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Cancer organizations from all around the Brazos Valley will be on hand to answer questions and pass out information about early detection, cancer treatment and information on support groups in the Bryan-College Station area. Free refreshments will be served. There will also be plenty of activities to keep the kids busy as well as free trick-or-treat bags and glow sticks, just in time for Halloween. Supplies are limited, though, so come early.
Since this is an event to help raise money for breast cancer research, commemorative T-shirts will be sold for $15 each. Of course, donations of any kind are always accepted and appreciated. All money raised will benefit the local Bryan community.
The Guardians of the Ribbon created the Pink Heals campaign to show their support for women’s health. They dress in pink uniforms, drive pink service vehicles and tour the country to raise money and awareness for breast cancer research. They are proof that real men wear pink.
Come to Lowes on Wednesday, October 24th for participate in the Pink Heals event in Bryan, TX. It is inspirational, fun and will help raise money for a very worthy cause. Please show your support for those brave women (and men) who fight this disease every day.
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