MUNSTER | The school colors are red and white, but Munster High School and community businesses are turning blue this month.
June is Men's Health Month, and families gathering for Father's Day can nudge the men in their lives to be proactive about their health.
Bob Novotney lends a hand as his wife, Ally, daughter Jessica and Jessica's boyfriend, Jeff Shimko, pack flashlights Thursday. Ally, Jessica and Jeff are heading to Washington, D.C., to shine blue lights on the White House to help bring attention to the battle against prostate cancer.
Bob Novotney, who was diagnosed with prostate cancer, talks Thursday about his family heading to Washington, D.C., to bring attention to the battle against the disease.
Flashlights wait to be packed Thursday by Ally Novotney, her daughter, Jessica, and Jessica's boyfriend, Jeff Shimko, who are heading to Washington to raise prostate cancer awareness.
The flashlights will be covered by blue cellophane to shine a blue light on the White House.
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