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Thursday, October 27, 2016

Did You See the Pink Fireman on Good Morning Washington?

Breast Cancer Awareness Month is wrapping up but we would be remiss if we didn't give a shout-out to the Pink Fireman Marshall Moneymaker of For 3 Sisters

Marshall, along with For 3 Sisters board member and breast cancer survivor Kellee Southern, were on WJLA Good Morning Washington to discuss how the organization is improving the lives of those affected by breast cancer. Check out the story here

Sunday, October 16, 2016

Congratulations to The Pink Event Founder Tamika Josephs-Smith! Supporter of the Year for Breast Cancer Organization

She is the inspiration behind The Pink Event and has made breast cancer awareness a cornerstone of the event's charitable efforts. So it comes as no surprise that Tamika Josephs-Smith was named Supporter of the Year for her work with breast cancer charity For 3 Sisters

"It's an honor to be recognized by this selfless organization," Tamika says. "This group goes beyond education to personally helping women, and men, who are affected by breast cancer. That's why we have loved our partnership with For 3 Sisters."

See the awesome video of the organization's annual anniversary and appreciation night on the For 3 Sisters Facebook page

When Local Football Players Touchdown on What's Right with America

Lately, football in the high schools and professional field has become so controversial. And we know everyone has varying opinions but I think we can all agree that these high school footballers are THE BEST!!

Members of Henry County's Union Grove High School football team paid tribute to the brace women at their school who have fought or are currently fighting breast cancer. According to FOX5DC, the Union Grove Wolverines in Georgia surprised teachers and staff members with pink roses.

See the emotional video here and hurrah to these honorable men!

Sunday, October 2, 2016

Spread the Word on Breast Cancer Awareness Month

It's been a while since we checked in with our fantastic community. Rest assured, we are already hard at work on The Pink Event 2017 But this quick post isn't about that. 

It's about ladies like Laura Snyder, who are excited to be alive another year after the harrowing experience of dealing with breast cancer. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. It's a time when women need to take stock of their physical health (by doing self breast exams and getting mammograms). We also need to celebrate our survivors and those going through this disease.

Our efforts aren't in vain. And we, as an awesome community, can help make a difference.