Breast Cancer Awareness
60322 Troop members gave a presentation on breast cancer awareness to the mammography department at South Suburban Hospital in Hazel Crest. Pictured from left are Troop members Shayla Crozier, Milan Savage, Addison Perkins, Lundyn Williams, Maya Jones, Paisley Namowicz and Leslie Adams, coor…
SOUTH HOLLAND | October is national Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and Girl Scouts across the country worked to raise awareness and money to help find a cure and foster an environment supportive of greater breast cancer education and research.
Pictured are the Memorial students, administrators and Lansing Elementary District 158 Superintendent Cecilia Heiberger who showed their support by wearing the pink T-shirts they purchased.
LANSING | Memorial Junior High School Student Council sponsored a fundraiser for breast cancer awareness.
Wearing their pink socks for breast cancer are players on the U14 Lansing Green Hornets.
LANSING | The teams from Lansing that are part of the Northwest Indiana Soccer League wore pink socks during their games this month in support of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Cancer clinical trials offer new ways to prevent, detect and treat cancer, giving participants access to cutting-edge treatments not yet available to the general patient population.
LA PORTE | All members of the public are invited to the Starke County Community 5K Run and 2-Mile Walk event on Saturday, Oct. 5 in honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
CHESTERTON | Karen Phipps Giordano hopes she makes a difference in at least one woman's life.
At the October breast cancer walk in Lansing sponsored by Tri-State Nursing and Rehabilitation are, from left, resident Geraldine Borozan pushed by Sheila Huff, activity director; Joan Boone pushed by Director of Nursing Brenda Dunlap, center, and on right is Maria Canuelas pushed by Melinda…
LANSING | On Oct. 22, Tri State Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, at 2500 175th St., hosted their second annual Breast Cancer Awareness Day walk.
This is it, two days to Election Day. We've heard a lot about why our vote is so important this election season. It’s time to make it personal and talk to family, friends, and neighbors about voting.
Lansing firefighters are selling these pink T-shirts in October to raise awareness of breast cancer.
LANSING | Members of Lansing Professional Firefighters Local 3709 are wearing pink shirts for the month of October to help raise awareness for breast cancer.
Fury teammates Mandy Granato, Maggie Cuop and Devin Porazinski show off one of the fundraiser's jerseys
CHICAGO | During each game this month, all 49 players of the Chicago Fury girls hockey teams will wear pink ribbons stitched on the front of their black jerseys. The jerseys were designed by player Allie Granato, 15, who recently lost her grandmother to breast cancer.
Chicago Fury team practices at Arctic Ice Arena in Orland Park.
LANSING | At 9:30 a.m. Oct. 22, Tri State Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, at 2500 175th St., will host its second annual Breast Cancer Awareness Day walk.
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