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Help “Paint the County Pink”

Project Pink Awareness Montgomery County will be celebrating Paint the County Pink Week October 24-28 to bring more awareness to breast cancer and celebrate with our local breast cancer survivors. Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women, except for nonmelanoma skin cancer, and we are working every day to help decrease those numbers.
The goal is to Paint the County Pink for the week of October 24 by having local businesses decorate their windows and business with a breast cancer theme. There are no requirements to how you decorate as long as there is a pink ribbon in the window decoration. Get Creative!!!
The cost for a business to participate is $20. If your business is interested in participating, please contact Bonnie Carr at (870) 918-5354 or return a completed form to the Montgomery County Health Unit, or the address on the registration form. Registration forms and payment is due by October 17.
All windows must be decorated by October 25. Judges will visit the business on October 26 and 27. A winner will be announced October 28. A traveling trophy will be presented to the overall winner to be kept at your place of business for the next year.
We hope that you will join in Painting the County Pink as we help bring more awareness to breast cancer and urge all citizens to join in the joyous celebration of life for our area breast cancer surviviors. All proceeds from the event are used for breast cancer education and to help those with breast cancer diagnosis.
For questions or order forms please contact Bonnie Carr at (870) 867-2331.

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