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Showing support for breast cancer awareness

OCTAVIO JONES | Times

In support of breast cancer awareness, Ronald Palmer, 67, wears a pink wig and bra while working out beside Vita Soresi, 82, both of Spring Hill, during the Pink Ribbon Dance at the Hernando County Branch YMCA in Spring Hill. The workout was featured at the YMCA's second annual "Pink for a Purpose" event Friday, which promoted breast cancer awareness with vendors from the health care field, American Cancer Society, Thirty One Gifts, a company that sells women's handbags, and natural food specialists. Vendor booth fees were $25 and the proceeds were donated to the American Cancer Society.

Showing support for breast cancer awareness 10/18/13 [Last modified: Friday, October 18, 2013 7:32pm]
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