Breast Cnacer Awareness
Blackjack dealer John Quigley at Horseshoe casino
Blackjack dealer John Quigley deals cards to cancer survivors Wedensday at the Horseshoe Casino. Several blackjack tables have been turned pink for the month, and at Wednesdays event, the casino donated $100 to charity every time a survivor beat the dealer at blackjack.
Breast cancer survivors cheer while gathered Wednesday in a hallway at the Horseshoe Casino to activate pink lights as part of the casino's effort recognize breast cancer awareness month. The hallway lights had been fitted with pink bulbs, which will be in place the entire month of October.
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