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'Pink Heals' to visit HFM Cancer Center

9:20 PM, Jul. 15, 2013
Janice Wiegert signs a thank you note on the oxygen tank worn by her son, Ryan, to all those involved in a benefit hosted by the Guardians of the Ribbon Manitowoc County, or Pink Heals.
Janice Wiegert signs a thank you note on the oxygen tank worn by her son, Ryan, to all those involved in a benefit hosted by the Guardians of the Ribbon Manitowoc County, or Pink Heals.
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The Holy Family Memorial Cancer Center will welcome the "Cares Enough to Wear Pink: Guardians of the Ribbon" tour from 10:15 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Monday at the Holy Family Memorial Medical Center Riverview Parking Lot, 2300 Western Ave.

Cancer survivors, patients or anyone touched by cancer is invited to sign their names on the pink fire trucks, according to a news release.

The "Cares Enough to Wear Pink : Guardians of the Ribbon" is an organization created by Dave Graybill, a former Arizona firefighter, who, along with firefighters and police ...

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