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Think Pink

Local companies show their support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness month, Carolina Sportscare and PT is selling pink camouflage T-shirts for $15. All money raised will go to the Keyserling Cancer Center. Carolina Sportscare and PT hosts multiple events throughout the year to support research towards better treatments and curing cancer. Stop by the office and pick up at T-shirt for this important cause.
In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness month, Carolina Sportscare and PT is selling pink camouflage T-shirts for $15. All money raised will go to the Keyserling Cancer Center. Carolina Sportscare and PT hosts multiple events throughout the year to support research towards better treatments and curing cancer. Stop by the office and pick up at T-shirt for this important cause.
The staff of Southern Trees Services of Beaufort, owned by Sonya and Ronnie Reiselt, recently dressed in pink to show their support for cancer research. On Friday, October 11, the Reiselts donated 100% of their business proceeds to a fund to assist local woman Joy O’Kelley, who is battling cancer.
The staff of Southern Trees Services of Beaufort, owned by Sonya and Ronnie Reiselt, recently dressed in pink to show their support for cancer research. On Friday, October 11, the Reiselts donated 100% of their business proceeds to a fund to assist local woman Joy O’Kelley, who is battling cancer.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The cleaning and administrative staff at Merry Maids Beaufort are honoring breast cancer awareness month by promoting “cleaning for a reason,” where they do free cleanings for folks going through cancer treatments. They are also accepting donations for the cancer research, and their cleaning staff can wear jeans on Fridays if they pay $5, which will also be donated to cancer research.
The cleaning and administrative staff at Merry Maids Beaufort are honoring breast cancer awareness month by promoting “cleaning for a reason,” where they do free cleanings for folks going through cancer treatments. They are also accepting donations for the cancer research, and their cleaning staff can wear jeans on Fridays if they pay $5, which will also be donated to cancer research.

 

 

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