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Trinity Head Start supports breast cancer awareness

By Victoria Advocate
Oct. 13, 2013 at 5:13 a.m.

Trinity Head Start decided Friday to create a sea of pink because cancer doesn't discriminate against age or gender, according to teacher Patricia Pena. "This year, cancer has hit close to home, affecting staff and the families we serve in our county. We want to show our love and dedication to finding a cure - the smallest hands still hold on to hope," she said.

Trinity Head Start created a sea of pink Friday to show cancer does not discriminate against age or gender.

"This year, cancer has hit close to home, affecting staff and the families we serve in our county," teacher Patricia Pena said. "We want to show our love and dedication to finding a cure - the smallest hands still hold on to hope."

The school at 1104 E. Trinity St. is led by Director Rachel Parsons. Pena said Trinity plans to keep the ribbons up all month. Those who donate will have their names placed in a ribbon, she said.

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